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Rubygem download history chart #428

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colszowka commented Feb 20, 2019

Based upon #412 and #424 this PR brings a chart showing historical gem downloads on project pages, both monthly and total.

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allomov commented Mar 7, 2019

that's a great feature!

by the way did you wander why does rails gem has such outstanding peak of downloads on November 2012?

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colszowka commented Mar 13, 2019

@allomov Thanks! Nobody knows 😁 I did some research and got in touch with Rubygems.org team members from that time, but nobody seems to have an explanation. It also applies to other "pre-gemcutter" projects like rake. I did put a note about this also on the corresponding documentation page. I suspect it's historical download numbers that were added at this point, but without any confirmation I'm reluctant to adjust the previous data against it just like that :)

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