Activity of signum-network/signum-node repository


Constant contribution activity

Activity badge for signum-network/signum-node repository

Why signum-network/signum-node is stable?

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

Initial time range – from 10 Feb, 2023 to 13 May, 2023

Final time range – from 11 Nov, 2023 to 10 Feb, 2024

From 8 to 7 commits per week
From 2343 to 2287 additions per week
From 2675 to 1945 deletions per week
Data calculated on 10 Feb, 2024

Summary of signum-network/signum-node

The signum-network/signum-node GitHub repository is a public repository dedicated to a blockchain node implementation for Signum Network, written in Java. It is an important component of the Signum Network as it allows users to participate in the network and execute functionalities such as validating transactions and blocks, providing APIs, and forging new blocks. The project provides the source code for anyone interested in running a Signum node.

The repository includes a clear README file that explains what the Signum Node is and provides a detailed guide on how to get started. It also includes information on how to configure settings, manage the Java Development Kit, and other useful tips for users.

Supporting different operating systems such as Windows and Unix-based systems (like Linux or MacOS), it encourages a diverse set of users to participate in Signum's blockchain network. The repository also includes a Docker file for containerization purposes, facilitating deployment in different environments.

It regularly receives updates and commits, reflecting active maintenance and improvements. Contributors and developers for this repository are contributing to advancing the infrastructural backbone of the Signum Network.

This open-source project encourages contributions and adheres to the Apache License 2.0. It includes a guide for developers explaining how they can contribute to the Signum project, underlining the community-driven nature of this project.

Top 5 contributors