Once was a developer who started a company. As the company grew he had to find more and more like-minded engineers to join his mission to change the world. Being a technologist at heart, he thought the best place to find these types of engineers is where they live and breath - github. He started by manually mining through profiles and projects to find the best engineers. Being a lazy engineer, he decided to automate this mundane task in a tool he called githubsucker. Here is a description of how he'd like the tool to work.
- Type in githubsucker (eg. githubsucker backbone)
- Find the git repo and all the github members who forked the project
- Ranks the list of the github members found above based on the following criteria. The higher each one numbers are the better fit they would be.
- number of original projects they've authored
- number of orignal or forked projects they have
- Output the information in a format that makes it easy to accomplish the task described above.
Requirement (optional though !!)
You may need a large screen (27") to view the results better
To run githubsucker:
- Clone and Navigate to this project's root dir
- ./githubsucker <project_name>