You are making a decision on which open source project you would adopt for your newly developing application.

This time it is a little bit difficult for you because the candidates are seemingly almost the same in a functional perspective.

So let’s delve into this from a different perspective: contributors and users activities.

• More stars, forks, and watchers are the good vital sign of a vibrant project, which indicates many users getting involved with the project.
• More issues stand for both good and bad sign but basically it indicates their activeness.
• Organization owned projects are, in most cases, more stable and robust than user owned projects.
• Size of the repository have complexed meanings but in practice, simpler code is better than the massive one if both are trying to achieve the same goal.

I made a simple tool to get you covered with the above guidelines.

# gh-compare

gh-compare is a simple terminal app to explore your candidates and aggregate a result into a nice-looking report.

npm install -g gh-compare

Warmly welcome to any comments/ideas to improve gh-compare!