Has anyone here ever been involved with Hacktoberfest: https://hacktoberfest.digitalocean.com/ ?
have two t-shirts that say "yes, I have"
"languages_url"with a "percent by file" breakdown of a repo's files by language, which could be used to do a more fine-grained study, at the cost of more curl requests. (An authenticated user gets 5000 per hour; I'd have to divide that over a few hours.) In the original study in March, I did that—but the results were not much different from the coarse-grained study, so I didn't go into that detail again.
I've started following the
[uproot] tag on StackOverflow, and will follow an
[awkward-array] tag if somebody creates a question about Awkward there.
(Tags can only be created on a question about the topic. There happened to be an old question about uproot that I could add the
[uproot] tag to; if anyone asks an Awkward question and doesn't have >1500 reputation to create a new tag, point me to it and I'll add the tag—and answer the question.)
I've created a link on the uproot README pointing to uproot questions, and I'll do the same for awkward when it comes up. (https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/uproot)
Just like GitHub issues, I'll get an email when somebody asks a question, but unlike GitHub issues, StackOverflow is intended for usage questions and don't "go away" once answered.