css_splitter

The popularity rating of css_splitter explained

Github Repository Rubygem
The highest rated repository is rails/rails with 20812 watchers and 7365 forks, resulting in a Github score of 100.00 The highest rated Rubygem is rake with 45697798 total downloads
These are the references for the score, marking the popularity of 100%
Now, the repository for css_splitter over at zweilove/css_splitter has got 60 watchers and 18 forks, resulting in a Github score of 0.24 Now, the gem css_splitter has got 26195 total downloads
Therefore, the relative popularity percentage can be calculated for css_splitter
0.24 watchers & forks * 100% = 0.26%
100.00 top score
26195 total downloads * 100% = 0.06%
45697798 top score
The average of those two values results in the score:

0.16%

So, assuming everyone is using the most popular projects,
roughly one out of 100 Rubyists use css_splitter
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