From the code that sent Apollo 11 to the moon, to an open source curriculum that helps nonprofits—you shared and built lots of amazing things over the past year. Here are the most starred open source repositories on GitHub, showing which repos users starred in common.
The most commonly used open source licenses on GitHub are MIT, Apache-2.0, and GNU General Public License v3.0.
In total, GitHub is home to open source projects written in 316 unique programming languages. Here are the most popular by number of pull requests in the last twelve months.
There was a lot of public activity on GitHub over the last 12 months. To give you the full picture, here are the totals and stories of active users, repositories, organizations, and active issues in public projects on GitHub. Active means there was some activity within the last year, e.g. code commited, a comment created, a repository starred, or an issue opened. The queries and data that power these open source metrics are available to everyone, thanks to our partnership with Google BigQuery.
Like @acabunoc, Lead Developer for Open Source Engagement at the Mozilla Foundation who is developing new ways to engage contributors on open source projects.
Like the Dat project who are working openly to develop a peer to peer tool for distributing datasets in science, journalism and government.
Like the Federal Source Code Policy on GitHub released by The White House, who this year solicited community feedback on GitHub.
Like this one opened in the Go programming language repo that used open source data on Google’s BiqQuery to help decide whether to add new functionality to a Go standard library.
Here are some of the most active Organizations and well-loved projects by the number of unique contributors (users who pushed code, opened or commented on an issue or PR), unique code reviewers (users who commented on the changed files), and most forks.
Earlier this year we released Reactions and it seems like you’ve given them an overwhelming
This one made us chuckle—here is the issue with most laugh reactions: chrislgarry/Apollo-11#3
Over the past year, GitHub partnered with, held, and sponsored events all over the world. At Patchworks we watched new developers learn how to use Git. Our ConnectHome partnership provided low-cost internet access for families living in HUD-assisted housing. Sponsoring events like Rails Girls and hosting our own conferences allowed us to meet more GitHub users than ever before.
We loved meeting you. We invite you to follow along and join us for a future event.
With almost 80M total Pull Requests on GitHub, we know that 85% of all requests for change come from within organizations.
Alongside businesses using Organizations, the largest companies on planet Earth are adopting the GitHub workflow using GitHub Enterprise.
It’s not just technology companies either—from retailers to healthcare and financial services companies—GitHub Enterprise provides the security and easy management these types of businesses require with the same GitHub experience developers love.
From chat applications to continuous integration services and project management tools, teams are integrating their favorite development tools with GitHub. Here are the top GitHub integrations that helped you and your team work better this past year.
订阅 substack 体验古早写作: