And 7 years of Perl 6 development is a bit exhaggerated, after all you have exactly 65 commits....
Yes, I have 65 commits to Rakudo. I have some 2200 commits to Parrot as well (in 5.21 years, according to CIA.vc), and ~330 weekly summaries of design meetings.
Maybe I have accomplished too little. Maybe if I pushed my volunteer efforts more, I could have more than 1.19 commits per day for the past 5.21 years (CIA.vc's stats don't go back to the start of Parrot). Somehow I doubt that would satisfy you, though.
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