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FastAPI has an amazing community that welcomes people from all backgrounds.
Creator - Maintainer¶
This is me:
I'm the creator and maintainer of FastAPI. You can read more about that in Help FastAPI - Get Help - Connect with the author.
...But here I want to show you the community.
FastAPI receives a lot of support from the community. And I want to highlight their contributions.
These are the people that:
- Help others with issues (questions) in GitHub.
- Create Pull Requests.
- Review Pull Requests, especially important for translations.
A round of applause to them. 👏 🙇
Most active users last month¶
These are the users that have been helping others the most with issues (questions) in GitHub during the last month. ☕
Here are the FastAPI Experts. 🤓
These are the users that have helped others the most with issues (questions) in GitHub through all time.
They have proven to be experts by helping many others. ✨
Here are the Top Contributors. 👷
These users have created the most Pull Requests that have been merged.
They have contributed source code, documentation, translations, etc. 📦
There are many other contributors (more than a hundred), you can see them all in the FastAPI GitHub Contributors page. 👷
These users are the Top Reviewers. 🕵️
Reviews for Translations¶
I only speak a few languages (and not very well 😅). So, the reviewers are the ones that have the power to approve translations of the documentation. Without them, there wouldn't be documentation in several other languages.
The Top Reviewers 🕵️ have reviewed the most Pull Requests from others, ensuring the quality of the code, documentation, and especially, the translations.
These are the Sponsors. 😎
They are supporting my work with FastAPI (and others), mainly through GitHub Sponsors.
About the data - technical details¶
The main intention of this page is to highlight the effort of the community to help others.
Especially including efforts that are normally less visible, and in many cases more arduous, like helping others with issues and reviewing Pull Requests with translations.
The data is calculated each month, you can read the source code here.
Here I'm also highlighting contributions from sponsors.
I also reserve the right to update the algorithm, sections, thresholds, etc (just in case 🤷).