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The Ruby Ecosystem

We collect metrics from Bundler and rubygems.org and graph them.

What metrics, exactly?

To start with, we will graph over time:

  • Request counts for Ruby and Bundler, segregated by version.
  • Request counts made from various platforms (eg. Linux, Windows etc)
  • Request counts made from various CI providers (eg. CircleCI, Jenkins etc)

Why?

Apart from being interesting to look at, this information has the potential to help:

  • Gem authors understand what versions of Ruby they should consider supporting
  • Developers make decisions on if and when they should upgrade their Ruby version
  • The Ruby community as a whole understand better how it is evolving and changing

How does it work?

Running bundle install or gem install makes requests to rubygems.org to download various gems. These requests also send information to rubygems.org about the current Ruby and/or Bundler version being used, the platform being used and a few other things. This infomation is logged and stored in S3. Kirby (https://github.com/rubytogether/kirby) parses this info (there's a lot of it!) and aggregates it into JSON files.

The Ecosystem app retrieves this JSON information on a daily basis and graphs it.

Where is it?

Ecosystem is currently hosted on Heroku at: http://ecosystem.rubytogether.org

WIP - Design

Here's what Brendan Miller (designer at Cloud City Development) has come up with so far. We are currently working on building this page out:

Design 1

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