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About a year ago, I wrote a post talking about the avalanche of commits coming into GitHub. That Tuesday, GitHub received 33,154 pushes containing 109,290 commits. An insane number to be sure, but where are we at a year later?
Here’s last week:
Pushes => 40,185 Commits => 99,533
Pushes => 75,496 Commits => 412,882
Pushes => 83,922 Commits => 289,867
Pushes => 83,406 Commits => 277,453
Pushes => 82,141 Commits => 210,362
Pushes => 71,830 Commits => 187,456
Pushes => 35,405 Commits => 153,282
What that means:
- GitHub’s mid-week push traffic has more than doubled in the last 12 months
- Weekends are now as busy as weekdays were last year