A green contribution graph looks cool, and can help encourage you to build a daily coding habit. However, it is only a surface level indicator of how capable a developer is. Find out your true impact to OSS community using our developer first metrics that outline a true representation of a developer’s ability.
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The bus factor is a measurement of the risk resulting from information and capabilities not being shared among team members, derived from the phrase "in case they get on a bus and never return.” Open Sauced alerts of possible contribution churn spreads evenly across contributors.
Open source is always better with contributors, but most projects are clueless on how to attract contributors and then how to keep contributors. Open Sauced provides month over month insights contributors growth. Leverage the community of contributors to find more contributors.
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