Improve the Bus Factor


node-releases 1.1.50
Node.js releases data
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 25 stars - 1 contributor
browserify-des 1.0.2
browserify-des ===
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 8 stars - 1 contributor
Owin 1.0.0
OWIN IAppBuilder startup interface
NuGet - C# - Apache-2.0 - Updated - 33 stars - 1 contributor
generate-function 2.3.1
Module that helps you write generated functions in Node
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 54 stars - 1 contributor
pascalcase 1.0.0
Convert a string to pascal-case.
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 12 stars - 1 contributor
v8-compile-cache 2.1.0
Require hook for automatic V8 compile cache persistence
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 292 stars - 5 contributors
kareem 2.3.1
Next-generation take on pre/post function hooks
npm - JavaScript - Apache-2.0 - Updated - 57 stars - 1 contributor
has-symbols 1.0.1
Determine if the JS environment has Symbol support. Supports spec, or shams.
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 7 stars - 1 contributor
shallow-equal 1.2.1
Minimalistic shallow equality check for arrays/objects
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 44 stars - 4 contributors
encodeurl 1.0.2
Encode a URL to a percent-encoded form, excluding already-encoded sequences
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 17 stars - 1 contributor
path-dirname 1.0.2
Node.js path.dirname() ponyfill
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 5 stars - 1 contributor
flay 2.12.1
Flay analyzes code for structural similarities. Differences in literal values, variable, class, m...
Rubygems - Ruby - MIT - Updated - 575 stars - 1 contributor
posix-character-classes 1.0.0
POSIX character classes for creating regular expressions.
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 10 stars - 1 contributor
dropzone 5.7.0
Handles drag and drop of files for you.
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 329 stars - 1 contributor
is-extglob 2.1.1
Returns true if a string has an extglob.
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 14 stars - 1 contributor
killable 1.0.1
Keeps track of a server's open sockets so they can be destroyed at a moment's notice.
npm - JavaScript - ISC - Updated - 16 stars - 1 contributor
alphanum-sort 1.0.2
Alphanumeric sorting algorithm
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 8 stars - 1 contributor
concat-map 0.0.1
concatenative mapdashery
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 19 stars - 1 contributor
omggif 1.0.10
omggif is a JavaScript implementation of a GIF 89a encoder and decoder.
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 441 stars - 1 contributor
turbolinks 5.2.1
Rails engine for Turbolinks 5 support
Rubygems - Ruby - MIT - Updated - 42 stars - 1 contributor
levn 0.3.0
Light ECMAScript (JavaScript) Value Notation - human written, concise, typed, flexible
npm - LiveScript - MIT - Updated - 47 stars - 1 contributor
object.entries 1.1.0
ES2017 spec-compliant Object.entries shim.
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 42 stars - 1 contributor
eslint-plugin-chai-friendly 0.5.0
This plugin makes 'no-unused-expressions' rule friendly towards chai expect statements.
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 36 stars - 1 contributor
crypto 1.0.1
This package is no longer supported and has been deprecated. To avoid malicious use, npm is hangi...
npm - ISC - Updated - 12 stars - 1 contributor
arr-union 3.1.0
Combines a list of arrays, returning a single array with unique values, using strict equality for...
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 18 stars - 1 contributor
hmac-drbg 1.0.1
Deterministic random bit generator (hmac)
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 8 stars - 1 contributor
strip-eof 2.0.0
Strip the final newline character from a string/buffer
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 14 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
console-control-strings 1.1.0
A library of cross-platform tested terminal/console command strings for doing things like color a...
npm - JavaScript - ISC - Updated - 15 stars - 1 contributor
please-upgrade-node 3.2.0
Displays a beginner-friendly message telling your user to upgrade their version of Node
npm - JavaScript - MIT - Updated - 181 stars - 2 contributors

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.