Pyro helps you to keep track of your Open Source contributions on Github.
Any contribution available public on Github can be tracked by Pyro.
Install Pyro now and get inspired to do more for Open Source.
- Show the max streak, that is how many continuous days the user contributed.
- Total contributions.
- Histogram of contributions.
Get inspired by others
Follow developer legends and rockstars like Linus Torvalds or Uncle Bob, check how many contributions have they made to Open Source and what is their max streak.
Is not only that they are good programmers, it is also that they have great habits. Get inspired by those habits.
Contributions are defined by Github, most of them are commits made to repositories but they can also be Pull Requests reviews, Issues created, etc.
Days contributing without interruption. Github used to show this information itself in their own site but a few years back they decided to not display it anymore. Pyro brings it back for you.
Having a streak is more than just showing off, it is about discipline, it is about constancy, it is about wanting to create something every day and to practice every day, it is about: DCC (Daily Commit Challenge).
Daily Commit Challenge
Strive to create at least one (significant) commit a day.
We can never stop learning and also we can never stop practicing.
Setting a goal for commit at least once a day could help in the process of learning new technologies and also in practicing the ones you already know. Also it can get to be fun.
Invite your friends to the challenge, the more the merrier.
It is possible to display contributions made for private repositories as long as the user's own profile allows those contributions to be shown.
Let us know what you think and how can we improve.
"I'm not a great programmer; I'm just a good programmer with great habits."
- Kent Beck
- Get more details from the users you follow; check their bio, avatar and profile.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.