Dear GitHub: Thanks for getting rid of streaks


Github Streaks are dead and gone. About ten days ago, GitHub announced it was changing contribution graphs to reflect private as well as public commits, and ditching the metric that tracked how long you’d been active altogether. Here’s how GitHub framed it: As part of this update, code streaks are no longer featured on your contribution graph. The simplified interface focuses on the work you’re doing rather than the duration of your activity. I couldn’t be happier about this. Streaks was often used as a bullshit metric by heady developers who liked to slap their chest about how much they…

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Dear GitHub: Thanks for getting rid of streaks
Dear GitHub: Thanks for getting rid of streaks



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