The DevFit report summarises the activity of an user on Github using different types of charts
and highlights relevant contributions to projects/repositories
Public profile details of the user including:
DevFit stars rating includes 4 categories:
Activity: rating using the last year activity of the user.
Lead Development: result of analysing the repositories/projects where there were several contributors and the user is one of the top contributors to the project/repository.
Social: based on the involvement with different organisations, and number of followers / followings.
Popularity: meassures the overall popularity of the repositories/projects where the user contributed.
Total number of contributions based on all history
Total number of public and private repositories / projects
If the total number of private repositories is zero, it could mean:
Total number of followers, following and organizations
Timeline chart that shows activity of the user
Most used programming languages
Number of code lines added versus number of code lines deleted
Popularity % of repositories / projects. The popularity groups are (from less to more populars)
Public versus private repositories / projects
Size % of repositories / projects. The size groups are (from smaller to bigger size)
Relevant contributions to repositories / projects.
Contributions are considered relevant if other users of the community have shown interest for the repository / project.
There are 2 types of contribution cards:
Each contribution card contains:
List of public repos where the user has contributed, each repository shows the programming languages used and contains a link to the source code.