Interesting github graphs
obara.justin at gmail.com
Tue Feb 22 14:55:30 UTC 2011
I happened to be poking around github this morning and started looking at some of the graphs.
We've all been looking at the network graph quite a bit, especially when it behaves differently than expect :) If you don't know what the network graph is, it is a visual representation of the commits and merges into the repo, as well as the github forks.
The impact graph provides committer based information. It will visually represent the amount of changes per day, by committer. It will also show when a person started committing and the total number of commits, with the number of additions and deletions.
The puchcard represents when we commit the most. It is mapped based on day of the week and time of day. Interestingly enough, it seems like our most active time is Wednesday at 7, and we don't commit much before lunch.
Traffic is the number of page views.
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