Stats on CryptoMiniSat’s development

I have just discovered the gitstats tool, and quickly put together a set of statistics on the development of CryptoMiniSat, the SAT solver I have been working on lately. I have been using the GIT repository for most of my work on CryptoMiniSat, doing ~2000 commits since its inception, so it gives a good picture of how things evolved, and how I usually work. Firstly, the hours I usually work:

I basically work almost as much at midnight as I do at midday. The afternoon is clearly the most active and practically useful part of my day. Next, the graph to show which days I work the most:

Essentially, I worked as much on CryptoMiniSat during Sunday as I did during Monday or Friday. Saturday was the day I must have been the most fed up with development. Finally, the number of commits by months:

The 2nd and 3rd months of 2010 was a struggle because of the SAT and PoS deadlines. I tried to put together a credible research paper, which finally got accepted at PoS. During the 6th and 7th months of 2010 I was mostly looking forward to the results of the SAT Race, so I wasn’t developing so much.