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Issue: We don't have we don’t have a good way of understanding the volume of contribution to Status repositories from non-salaried team members. I suggest we implement some basic reporting to understand where we’re at, and to track improvements in the future.
This report should give us Metrics/weekly trends for:
- Repo (weekly trend ↑ or ↓ ):
- Number of, and usernames of, new contributors
For more context: [Discuss link here](https://discuss.status.im/t/understanding-github-contribution-trends-from-non-core-contributors/1042) & [Slides](https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/18bEMS0pwQLPpHEzypc7omcrngyFhZ8IYu66HADNabtY/edit#slide=id.g5591974d3e_0_3)
An example from another organisation is https://github.com/alibaba/nacos/issues/611
This information would help Marketing and People Operations to encourage & support new contributors to the project, and build new ways of attracting open source contribution.