Improve the Bus Factor


browserify-des 1.0.2
browserify-des ===
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 7 stars - 1 contributor
deep-freeze 0.0.1
recursively Object.freeze() objects and functions
npm - JavaScript - Unlicense - Updated - 728 stars - 1 contributor
is-symbol 1.0.2
Determine if a value is an ES6 Symbol or not.
npm - Makefile - MIT - Updated - 8 stars - 1 contributor
phantomjs-polyfill 0.0.2
Polyfill for Function.prototype.bind
npm - JavaScript - ISC - Updated - 46 stars - 1 contributor
next-tick 1.0.0
Environment agnostic nextTick polyfill
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 40 stars - 1 contributor
is-fullwidth-code-point 2.0.0
Check if the character represented by a given Unicode code point is fullwidth
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 21 stars - 1 contributor
passport-http-bearer 1.0.1
HTTP Bearer authentication strategy for Passport.
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 789 stars - 1 contributor
asynckit 0.4.0
Minimal async jobs utility library, with streams support
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 8 stars - 1 contributor
is-extendable 1.0.1
Returns true if a value is a plain object, array or function.
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 11 stars - 1 contributor
npm-which 3.0.1
Locate a program or locally installed node module's executable
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 47 stars - 1 contributor
flay 2.12.0
Flay analyzes code for structural similarities. Differences in literal values, variable, class, m...
Rubygems - Ruby - MIT - Updated - 523 stars - 1 contributor
is-jpg 2.0.0
Check if a Buffer/Uint8Array is a JPEG image
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 12 stars - 1 contributor
dropzone 5.5.1
Handles drag and drop of files for you.
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 205 stars - 1 contributor
encodeurl 1.0.2
Encode a URL to a percent-encoded form, excluding already-encoded sequences
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 9 stars - 1 contributor
home-or-tmp 3.0.0
Get the user home directory with fallback to the system temp directory
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 14 stars - 1 contributor
base-64 0.1.0
A robust base64 encoder/decoder that is fully compatible with `atob()` and `btoa()`, written in J...
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Published - 288 stars - 1 contributor
flog 4.6.2
Flog reports the most tortured code in an easy to read pain report. The higher the score, the mor...
Rubygems - Ruby - MIT - Updated - 601 stars - 1 contributor
sexp_processor 4.11.0
sexp_processor branches from ParseTree bringing all the generic sexp processing tools with it. Se...
Rubygems - Ruby - MIT - Updated - 62 stars - 1 contributor
deprecated 0.0.2
Tool for deprecating things
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 37 stars - 1 contributor
output-file-sync 2.0.1
Synchronously write a file and create its ancestor directories if needed
npm - JavaScript - ISC - Updated - 6 stars - 1 contributor
server-destroy 1.0.1
Enable destroying a server, and all currently open connections.
npm - JavaScript - ISC - Updated - 123 stars - 1 contributor
trim-newlines 2.0.0
Trim newlines from the start and/or end of a string
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 13 stars - 1 contributor
clor 7.0.0
This package is no longer supported and has been deprecated. To avoid malicious use, npm is hangi...
npm - ISC - Updated - 12 stars - 1 contributor
expand-tilde 2.0.2
Bash-like tilde expansion for node.js. Expands a leading tilde in a file path to the user home di...
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 11 stars - 1 contributor
caller-path 2.0.0
Get the path of the caller function
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 35 stars - 1 contributor
is-resolvable 1.1.0
Check if a module ID is resolvable with require()
npm - JavaScript - ISC - Updated - 11 stars - 1 contributor
getpass 0.1.7
getpass for node.js
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 4 stars - 1 contributor
hmac-drbg 1.0.1
Deterministic random bit generator (hmac)
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 8 stars - 1 contributor
graceful-readlink 1.0.1
graceful fs.readlink
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 7 stars - 1 contributor
imurmurhash 0.1.4
An incremental implementation of MurmurHash3
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 27 stars - 1 contributor

What's the bus factor?

The Bus factor is the number of key developers who would need to be incapacitated to make a package unable to proceed.

This page shows packages that are depended upon by many other packages but have only ever had a handful of contributors commit to the project.

You can help out by reviewing the code for these packages, helping out with open issues and pull requests and lending the maintainers a helping hand if required.

This is an experiment based on contributions and available dependency data from package manager repositories that make it easily available.