Last year was an amazing year for building software better, together. Join us for a trip through the GitHub Octoverse as we present some of the highlights.
Activity Over The Year
Average weekly activity
It's amazing to see all that happens on GitHub over the course of a typical week. Each weekday there are over 20,000 issues, 50,000 comments, and 250,000 pushes on repositories maintained by contributors all over the world. Even though there are still over 125,000 pushes on an average weekend day, it seems like most GitHub users appreciate taking the weekend off.
There are over 150,000 pushes to GitHub repositories on an average day, with more than 5 pushes happening every second of every day.
People are using GitHub for their projects all over the world. This globe shows events from an average week of GitHub activity, showing how GitHub helps people create from anywhere and everywhere.
We love meeting GitHub Superfans, and last year we met lots of you, in lots of places. Here are some of the highlights.
600+eventsheld or sponsored
45+countrieswhere events occured
2,500+studentstaught over livestream
You did some amazing things last year. In fact, A LOT of amazing things.
Like @tomschenkjr, Chicago's Director of Analytics who has been making public repos for his city with bike routes, bike rack locations, building footprints, and more.