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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

#clojure in 2010

#clojure is a very friendly and helpful place. To summarize 2010 - here are some statistics.

Top 10 contributors (irc chat lines):
chouser 16094
clojurebot 13211
tomoj 10485
cemerick 10194
hiredman 10038
LauJensen 9868
Raynes 8927
defn 8451
raek 8245
Chousuke 8119

chouser beats even clojurebot!

Top 10 thanked users
chouser: 375
technomancy: 188
raek: 172
cemerick: 161
LauJensen: 160
hiredman: 146
amalloy: 126
rhickey: 122
Chousuke: 108
dnolen: 101

chouser on top again.

Top 50 words
clojure: 27656 use: 13997 it's: 13238 java: 13083 i'm: 12923
think: 10341 don't: 9896 http: 9833 one: 9074 want: 7555
way: 7539 something: 7243 thanks: 7199 that's: 7189 know: 7174
right: 7068 com: 7055 work: 7053 more: 6902 need: 6851
using: 6779 out: 6755 code: 6736 well: 6728 function: 6417
now: 6394 yeah: 6370 map: 6333 lang: 6213 foo: 6058
see: 5962 yes: 5921 chouser: 5778 good: 5527 time: 5348 really: 5070
doesn't: 5020 sure: 4822 first: 4781 lein: 4652 make: 4571
cemerick: 4547 though: 4525 github: 4516 i've: 4182 still: 4058
same: 4011 try: 3941 class: 3915 you're: 3902 defn: 3835

"think" and "thanks" are at the top - #clojure is thoughtful and polite.

And some graphs ...



You can view the code that generated the data here (log files downloaded from here using DownThemAll Firefox plugin).

2 comments:

  1. clojurebot should get an automatic thanks whenever it evaluates code.

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