Monthly Report - December
Happy new year to my fellow hackers. As you all know, December is always known for "24 Pull Request" and "Advent Calendars" mostly but I would like to dedicate it as "Farewell Month for Pull Request Challenge". Today, being the first day of the year 2019, I am already missing the "Pull Request Challenge". The void is going to be filled with to some extent by the hard work of Kivanc as "Pull Request Club". If you haven't joined the club then please do join and receive your first assignment.
Coming back to December month report, couple of things stand out, first I broke the record set during Hacktoberfest 2018 challenge and second I recorded maximum contributions in a month ever since I started recording numbers. I must confess when I submitted 155 PR in a month during Hacktoberfest 2018, I didn't know I would ever beat that. With the support and encouragement of the community, I managed to submit 173 PR. I was aiming for the magical number of 175 but couldn't do it because of new year celebration. I also enjoyed contributing to Advent Calendars this month for the first time ever.
- Perl Advent Calendar 2018
- Dancer Advent Calendar 2018
Let's take a quick look through.
- Pull Request
- Git Commits
- Pull Request Challenge
- Perl Blog
- PerlWeekly Newsletter
- Adopt CPAN Module
173 Pull Requests submitted in the month of December.
1453 Pull Request altogether.
1151 commits recorded in the month of December.
Overall 6338 commits recorded at the end of the year 2018.
Pull Request Challenge
Last month, I received Class::Throwable as the end of Challenge assignment and I submitted 1 Pull Request.
Overall so far, I have submitted 69 PR since the beginning of Pull Request Challenge.
Last month, I blogged about the following topics.
Last month, I prepared 3 editions of The PerlWeekly newsletter i.e. Issue 384, Issue 386 and Issue 388.
Adopt CPAN Module
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