The result is based on ratio of number of commits and code additions from initial and final time ranges.

Initial time range – from 5 Jul, 2023 to 5 Oct, 2023

Final time range – from 5 Apr, 2024 to 5 Jul, 2024

From 14 to 3 commits per week

-79%

From 910 to 86 additions per week

-91%

From 430 to 55 deletions per week

-87%

Data calculated on 5 Jul, 2024

It is basically a number of most active contributors responsible for 80% of contributions.

Bus factor tries to assess "What happens if a key member of the team is hit by a bus?". The more there are key members, the lower the risk.

The TheAlgorithms/Python repository has a bus factor of 178.

Low risk, knowledge is well distributed among the team members

Bus factor was measured on 14 Aug 2024

178

TheAlgorithms/Python is a popular GitHub repository that is designed as a collection of various algorithms implemented in Python. The goal of the repository is to help folks learn about and practice implementing algorithms, hence contributing to the development of the open-source community.

The repository includes categories like:

- Conversions: Changing the type of user input.
- Data Structures: Implementation of data structures like linked lists, tree etc.
- Dynamic Programming: Method for solving complex problems by breaking them down.
- Mathematics: Contains mathematical algorithms, for example primes, fibonacci etc.
- Cryptography: Contains algorithms used in cryptography, like the Caesar cipher etc.
- Searches: Algorithms for performing various types of search such as binary search, linear search etc.
- Strings: Contains algorithms that operate on strings, like the Knuth Morris Pratt algorithm etc.
- Web: Some web-related algos like a webpage crawler, get source code of webpage etc.

It's free to use under the MIT License and anyone from beginners to seasoned professionals can find it useful in brushing up Python and algorithms concepts.

Participants are encouraged to contribute to the repository which can be a nice project to showcase in their CV. There is also a related community that the contributor can join to discuss algorithms or to ask any questions.

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