Pgcli was launched approximately one week ago.
It was an extremely successful launch, beyond any of my wildest imaginations.
Obligatory Vanity Metrics:
- Google Analytics: 21K views and 12.2K users.
- Twitter: 70 retweets, 68 favs.
- Github: 1,230 stars, 45 forks, 28 watchers.
- HackerNews: 227 points
Enough with the vanity.
Here are some metrics that I'm personally proud to present. Since launch.
- Pull Requests Opened: 40
- Pull Requests Merged: 38
- Issues Opened: 62
- Issues Closed: 34
Let's break it down a little bit more.
- Number of Releases: 5
- Number of Features Added: 11
- Features added by community: 11
- Bugs fixed by community: 10
- Features added by author: 1
- Bugs fixed by author: 3
I have not included the numerous typo fixes contributed by the community. (yes, I'm a little bit ashamed by how many mistakes I make when I type).
I'm flattered by how many people pitched in to help fix bugs and add features. At one point I found a bug and filed an issue to keep track of it and 5 minutes later I got a pull request to fix it. I was completely floored by the enthusiasm shown by the contributors.
I had an internal goal of responding to Pull Requests, Issues and emails within 24 hours. Even if I couldn't fix the issue or implement a requested feature, I wanted to acknowledge it and give feedback about whether I'll do it or not. I was able to keep that goal, as you'll see every issue in Github right now has a comment from me (except for the ones I filed myself).
I was also able to keep up the responsibility I outlined the about page.
Phew! What a week. I feel invigorated and refueled. Looking forward to working through the issues and feature requests.