Ever wondered what projects are developed by the best kick ass hackers? Now you can know. We have released a Project Leader board that shows which projects are on the top-notch hackers hands, with some improvements on the search engine too.
How does it work
The Project Leader board shows Open Source projects ordered by awesomeness of its contributors. To calculate the score of a project we use the DevScore, our own reputation system for developers that takes into account your contributions to different projects, their reputation (downloads, likes, followers, etc.) and the reputation of the people you work with.
So, the more awesome the contributors are, the more likely a project is to be featured on the top of the list.
No matter where your projects are, we support a wide range of forges and SCM connectors (git, svn, cvs, hg), enabling you to boost your score both with your Open Source contributions and with your private projects. More info about how we track private repos for Github and for Bitbucket.
Check out a project score
To see the score of a project you can use the search input at the right top of the page:
The score of a project is the sum of the DevScore of its contributors, but note that we only calculate the DevScore of Masterbranch members.