Creating a GitHub Social Circle lets you see who you collaborate with most on a repository:
Right now, you can only generate GitHub Social Circles for public repositories.
GitHub Social Circle for private repositories is coming soon. Stay tuned! 👀
If you're new here, welcome! Make sure to check out Setting up your Sema Account before getting started.
How to view GitHub Social Circle for a repository
You can create a GitHub Social Circle for any public repository on your account.
Thanks to GitHub Sync, all of your repositories from GitHub will be imported to the Sema platform automatically.
Step 1: Find your repository on the Sema platform
Click Repos in the navigation bar.
Click on the repository where you would like to see your GitHub Social Circle. You can search using the search bar if you have many repositories.
Step 2: View your GitHub Social Circle
You should be able to see the GitHub Social Circle on the individual repository page.
Isn't it beautiful? If you like, you can download the image or share it directly to Twitter. Tag your closest collaborators, so that they can see it too 🤩 . We'd love you to tag us, too!
If you can't see your GitHub Social Circle, it means that the GitHub Sync process is still running in the background. In this scenario, you'll see a banner to let you know that your GitHub Social Circle is being generated:
How we calculate your interactions
We generate your GitHub Social Circle based on interactions on Pull Requests (PRs) within the repository.
By interactions, we mean things like:
Code reviews on each other's PRs (both ways)
Approving or asking for changes on each other's PRs
Replying to each other's comments