This project proposes an alternative to github's trending page, by exposing projects with high contribution rate, instead of daily stars (similarly to github's pulse page). The krihelimeter of each repository is calculated using the number of authors, commits, pull requests, and issues of that project, from the past week.
- In March 2017, Wikipedia added the project to the list project that measure programming language popularity.
- In January 2017 the project was introduced to hacker news, reddit, and lobsters, reaching the first page in each of them. This resulted in significant public interest, important feedback, and suggestions for improvements, as well as mentioning in the technology podcast reversim (in Hebrew).
- In August 2016 I presented the project in PyWeb IL. Here are the video of my presentation (in Hebrew) and the slides.
- In July 2016 Shai Efrati presented the project in EuroPython lightening talks.
This is an open source project under active development. Your ideas and contribution are more than welcome!