CSS Module Editors Leaderboard

Score Leaders
EditorBylinesScorePower
Tantek Çelik940044.4
Elika J. Etemad10202.520.3
Håkon Wium Lie9200.922.3
Daniel Glazman320066.7
Ian Hickson620033.3
Anne van Kesteren320066.7
Bert Bos5100.820.2
L. David Baron5100.120
Chris Lilley1100100
Tab Atkins Jr.41.60.4
Brad Kemper10.80.8
Koji Ishii20.20.1
Shinyu Murakami20.20.1
Chris Marrin30.10
Simon Fraser10.10.1
Dean Jackson30.10
David Hyatt30.10
Edward O’Connor10.10.1
Dirk Schulze10.10.1
Aryeh Gregor10.10.1
John Daggett10.10.1
Alex Mogilevsky100
Eric A. Meyer100
Daniel Weck100
Melinda Grant200
Markus Mielke100
Sean Hayes100
Sylvain Galineau100
Glenn Adams100
César Acebal100
Svante Schubert100
Richard Ishida100
Michel Suignard100
Power Leaders
EditorBylinesScorePower
Chris Lilley1100100
Daniel Glazman320066.7
Anne van Kesteren320066.7
Tantek Çelik940044.4
Ian Hickson620033.3
Håkon Wium Lie9200.922.3
Elika J. Etemad10202.520.3
Bert Bos5100.820.2
L. David Baron5100.120
Brad Kemper10.80.8
Tab Atkins Jr.41.60.4
John Daggett10.10.1
Aryeh Gregor10.10.1
Dirk Schulze10.10.1
Edward O’Connor10.10.1
Shinyu Murakami20.20.1
Simon Fraser10.10.1
Koji Ishii20.20.1
Svante Schubert100
Richard Ishida100
Sean Hayes100
César Acebal100
Glenn Adams100
Sylvain Galineau100
David Hyatt30.10
Markus Mielke100
Melinda Grant200
Daniel Weck100
Eric A. Meyer100
Alex Mogilevsky100
Dean Jackson30.10
Chris Marrin30.10
Michel Suignard100

A stab at ranking CSS modules' editors based on how many modules they're involved with, how far along those modules have gotten, and how recently those modules have been updated. "Score" is arrived at as a combination of points given for the module's status reduced by the time elapsed since its last update. "Power" is simply the points divided by "Bylines", which is the number of specifications on which an editor is listed as an author. In the case of ties, the winner is whichever editor the script spits out first.

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