Code origins contest based on GitHub data
CodeOrigins live: http://idlesign.github.io/codeorigins/
- Find interesting people and projects originating in various countries;
- See what countries produce most starred projects;
- Know your impact on community of your favourite language;
- and more.
But wait, this data is not realtime!
Yes, these are static web-pages (see
docs/) compiled from dumped data (see
codeorigins/dump/). And it sure can be outdated.
And what if I want to see updated data?
You can dump data you're interested in and make a pull request.
Quick and dirty start:
- Fork repository;
- Git pull forked repository into local directory;
$ cdto the directory;
$ pip install -e .(
sudomay be required) - this will made
$ codeorigins dump(see below) without
--into- this puts dumps into
- Commit and push added/changed dumps;
- Create a pull request on your GitHub repository page.
My country or language is not listed, what am I to do?
codeorigins/settings.py, add all what you need and make a pull request. You can also make and submit new/updated dumps (see above).
codeorigins comes with CLI to streamline common actions.
Using rate-limited GitHub search API:
$ codeorigins dump --into /home/idle/ghdump --country ru --language Python api
This will use
api to fetch repositories data for users located in
Russia whose primary language is
and dump it into
Register OAuth Application (https://github.com/settings/developers) and use its Client ID and
Client Secret to loosen the rate limits (append
--credentials <id>,<secret> to dump command).
make_html command to read data from dumps and compose HTML:
$ codeorigins make_html --dump_dir /home/idle/ghdump
This will create HTML file in current working directory.
See supported countries and languages using the following command:
$ codeorigins show_settings
- Python 3.6+