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Feature request: Add sparklines to the badge #8

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emres opened this Issue Jul 31, 2011 · 10 comments

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emres commented Jul 31, 2011

Adding tiny but informative sparklines would be great! See http://www.edwardtufte.com/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=0001OR for some definitions and http://sparklines.bitworking.info/ http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2005/06/22/sparklines.html for examples implemented in Python.

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Good idea. "pushed_at" property for each repo may be used to create a graph.

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BYK commented Jul 31, 2011

Good idea. "pushed_at" property for each repo may be used to create a graph.

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What should / could be shown via a sparkline? A preliminary suggestion: x-axis: time y-axis: number of commits (any other visualization ideas that can be realized via sparklines?)

emres commented Jul 31, 2011

What should / could be shown via a sparkline? A preliminary suggestion: x-axis: time y-axis: number of commits (any other visualization ideas that can be realized via sparklines?)

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We can create a "social" sparkline and a "coder" sparkline. Each can have its own calculations though for social for example number of issue events can be counted and for coder, commits can be a good measure. Any more ideas like pull requests, milestone completions, forks, etc.?

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We can create a "social" sparkline and a "coder" sparkline. Each can have its own calculations though for social for example number of issue events can be counted and for coder, commits can be a good measure. Any more ideas like pull requests, milestone completions, forks, etc.?

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The first prototype can be seen here for sometime:

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BYK commented Aug 21, 2011

The first prototype can be seen here for sometime:

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Definitely not bad for a starter! I liked it ;-)

emres commented Aug 21, 2011

Definitely not bad for a starter! I liked it ;-)

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Thanks! It took some effort and there is much to improve though at least we can have something to show =)

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Thanks! It took some effort and there is much to improve though at least we can have something to show =)

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@emres here is how the badge looks like now:

Very similar to the previous shot but has some minor differences. It shows your commit activity for the past 14 days. The maximum is your maximum and the minimum is 0. We can play with it comfortably from now on. Any suggestions?

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BYK commented Dec 14, 2011

@emres here is how the badge looks like now:

Very similar to the previous shot but has some minor differences. It shows your commit activity for the past 14 days. The maximum is your maximum and the minimum is 0. We can play with it comfortably from now on. Any suggestions?

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BYK/pyresto#8 was the blocker for this issue so some gory details can be found there and related commits with that issue.

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BYK commented Dec 14, 2011

BYK/pyresto#8 was the blocker for this issue so some gory details can be found there and related commits with that issue.

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emres Dec 19, 2011

This one looks much more streamlined indeed! I'm looking forward to the updated http://githubbadge.appspot.com/ eagerly ;-)

emres commented Dec 19, 2011

This one looks much more streamlined indeed! I'm looking forward to the updated http://githubbadge.appspot.com/ eagerly ;-)

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The new version is on the way and @berkerpeksag made it look even better! Thanks for the great idea =)

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BYK commented Dec 19, 2011

The new version is on the way and @berkerpeksag made it look even better! Thanks for the great idea =)

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