Year End Reflections of Eclipse Collections
Celebrating 7 years at the Eclipse Foundation and 11 years as OSS
Eclipse Collections continues to evolve and grow. This blog contains links and images that show the growth in usage and interest in Eclipse Collections over the years. I’ve included GitHub graphs of the top 10 Eclipse Collections contributors who have been active in its continued evolution this year and over the past seven years. Enjoy!
eclipse-collectionsin Nov. 2022
eclipse-collections-parentin Nov. 2022
Maven Central Stats
Downloads of eclipse-collections over last 12 months
- 282,590 downloads in Nov. 2022
Downloads of eclipse-collections-parent over the last 12 months
- 1,084,354 downloads in Nov. 2022
Stars and Forks
- 2,102 stars and 502 forks today
- 1,895 commits
Top 10 Contributors in 2022
Top 10 Contributors Overall
- ~100 contributors overall
Top Contributor Blogs
Here are links to the blogs of some of the top Eclipse Collections contributors. Please comment if I have missed any and I will add them here. If you’re looking for additional great content producers to follow here, I recommend following all of these folks.
- Craig Motlin
- Nikhil Nanivadekar
- Sirisha Pratha
- Alex Goldberg
- Vladimir Zakharov
- Desislav Petrov
- Emilie Robichaud
- Aqsa Malik
Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!
Thank you to all the users, advocates, contributors, committers and friends of Eclipse Collections. I hope you enjoy some downtime the next few weeks as we enter 2023.
If you’re looking for a new and fun OSS project to contribute to in 2023, I would recommend taking a look at Eclipse Collections. We welcome new contributors! The following blog can help you get started if you’re interested.
Shhhh! I’m going to tell you a secret. It’s something that for a few people might just change their software…
Have a safe, happy and healthy New Year!
I am the creator of and a Committer for the Eclipse Collections OSS project which is managed at the Eclipse Foundation. Eclipse Collections is open for contributions.