Sylphis has been Ohlohed! (Is that a verb? Can that be a verb? Hmm...)
For anyone who doesn't know, Ohloh is an online service that generates statistics of open source code. Percentage of languages, comments ratio, lines of code, etc. are all there. One of most entertaining features (entertains me, in any case) is the project cost estimation. It takes the number of lines of code and number of developers and guesses at the total cost of the project.
How scores Sylphis? $1.9 Million dollars worth of code's how. Thanks Harkal!