Repository Overview for kombustion

In this repository 5 committers have contributed to 2011 files. The most important languages in this repository are Go, CSS and Markdown. The project has bus factor of 5. The average person who commits this project has ownership of 20% of files. The project relies on the following people; Owen Kelly, walesey.

Repository https://kombustion.io/ Total Files 2,011
Estimated Cost $9,510,748 (why?) Code Lines 267,556
22 Languages

By File Count
Go 1,660 files 83% of project
CSS 80 files 4% of project
Markdown 50 files 3% of project
Sass 40 files 2% of project
YAML 35 files 2% of project
License 26 files 2% of project
Assembly 25 files 2% of project
JSON 20 files 1% of project
JavaScript 18 files 1% of project
gitignore 14 files 1% of project
Perl 8 files 1% of project
Shell 7 files 1% of project
Protocol Buffers 6 files 1% of project
TOML 5 files 1% of project
Unknown 5 files 1% of project
Makefile 3 files 1% of project
Plain Text 3 files 1% of project
Go Template 2 files 1% of project
BASH 1 files 1% of project
C 1 files 1% of project
Dockerfile 1 files 1% of project
HTML 1 files 1% of project
By Line Count
Go 256,487 lines 96% of project
JSON 144,208 lines 54% of project
Markdown 4,750 lines 2% of project
Sass 4,023 lines 2% of project
YAML 1,969 lines 1% of project
License 1,332 lines 1% of project
Perl 859 lines 1% of project
Protocol Buffers 693 lines 1% of project
Assembly 680 lines 1% of project
Shell 564 lines 1% of project
CSS 398 lines 1% of project
Plain Text 190 lines 1% of project
JavaScript 106 lines 1% of project
gitignore 84 lines 1% of project
TOML 65 lines 1% of project
Makefile 47 lines 1% of project
C 29 lines 1% of project
BASH 16 lines 1% of project
Go Template 8 lines 1% of project
Dockerfile 6 lines 1% of project
HTML 0 lines 0% of project
Unknown 0 lines 0% of project
5 Code Owners

By File Count
Owen Kelly 1,463 files 73% of project
walesey 469 files 24% of project
David Baggerman 46 files 3% of project
Ian Mckay 26 files 2% of project
Unknown 7 files 1% of project
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