We would like any one with the any information about openmrs quarterly stats scripts to share it with us on this thread. Kindly ping @jennifer for further information on this. cc @irenyak1 @darius @grace @gracebish
What exact information are you looking for?
@herbert24 is this related to Atlas information or is this different?
Hi @jennifer could you kindly give more information on this, thanks
This is related to thisTrello card on the Documentation Team Roadmap.
More specifically, each quarter - and then for our annual report - we gather and compile data on code contributions. Here’s the existing Talk thread that gets into the details.
TL: DR: @darius and @irenyak1 have been helping us run scripts and get this data in past years. I’d like to get our current process (and scripts) documented on the WIki for now so we can keep that data current as we take a closer look at suggestions for improving this process.
I’ve managed to export github archive data containing all github events from 2014 through Oct 2020 for any repository in the OpenMRS org or with a repository name containing “openmrs” into Postgres and then into an ELK stack.
|Metric for 2020 Q3 (July - September)||Within OpenMRS repos||Across all repos1|
|Number of commits||1,487||6,934|
|Number of committers2||45||267|
|Number of committers to reach 50% of commits2||5||30|
1 all repositories under OpenMRS org or
2 excludes bots:
Awesome! Burke can you post the visuals that were mentioned/shown in the call today?
- Commits not including commits from bots
- Commits by Org
- Commits by person
Commits over time
Commits by Org
Pull requests within OpenMRS org
Commits by dev
Awesome awesome awesome @burke! Can we see the Commits by Org excluding bot commits?
I updated the commits by orgs to exclude common bots. Not much different.
If it helps, download info from Sourceforge shows 8,134 downloads during 2020 Q3:
Top 10 countries downloading OpenMRS artifacts from Sourceforge:
- United States
thanks @burke for sharing this