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From "Juan Pan" <>
Subject Re: Some interesting incubator stats
Date Fri, 15 Nov 2019 04:42:39 GMT
Interesting data help me learn more about incubator stats.

Thanks for your detailed numbers.

 Juan Pan
Juan Pan(Trista), Apache ShardingSphere
On 11/15/2019 10:02, Justin Mclean wrote:

Here’s some interesting incubator stats:
- Of the 315 projects that have gone through the incubator 205 have graduated, 61 have retired
and 49 are currently undergoing graduation.
- That means that overall 77% of projects graduate. The ones that do not do so for a wide
variety of reasons and may still exist elsewhere.
- The average time in incubation is 1.9 years
- The average time to graduate is 1.6 years
- The average time seems to be getting a little shorter. It's 1.6 years for 2015 and 1.2 years
for 2016 (although this will increase as more projects from those years graduate)
- The shortest time to graduate was 58 days (way back in 2003)
- 66 projects have graduated (and another 12 retiring) in under a year
- Of the podlings that joined in 2019 so far none have graduated or retired yet
- Of the podlings that joined in 2018 1 has graduated and 1 has retired
- Of the podlings that have joined in 2017 4 have graduated and 1 has retired
- Of the podlings that joined in 2016 15 have graduated and 6 have retired
- Of the podlings that joined in 2015 20 have graduated and 5 have retired.
- The oldest project yet to graduate is from 2013 (but that will soon be 2014)
- Over the life time of the incubator there has been 1044 podling mentors[1]
- Some people mentor many projects so that’s 339 different people[1]
- One person has mentored 29 projects
- 20 people have mentored 10 or more projects [1]
- One person has been the champion for more than 10 projects

I find it amazing that the incubator have been involved with more than 300 communities and
involved so many mentors.


1. Probably more as mentors have changed over time.

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