I have a question about a mysterious “Avg m” on gitlab.com.
In the contribution analytics page of an arbitrary project, you will find boxes showing each contributor’s commits over time if you scroll down a bit.
Below these boxes, for each, is “Commits Avg: XXXm · Max: Y”.
I cannot find any documentation or mention of this “Avg m”, not by existing posts nor GitLab itself.
I hope I am not missing something obvious ^^
it is basically the average commits per day. But before displaying the number, they format the number with SI units notation, so 3000 becomes 3k, 4 million becomes 4M, and 0.23 becomes 230m. So basically, an average of 230 milli-commits/day.
The more we know I guess