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A fundamental unit of work in programming is the code contribution ("commit") that a developer makes to the code base of the project in work. An author's commit frequency describes how often that author commits. Knowing the distribution of all commit frequencies is a fundamental part of understanding software development processes. This paper presents a detailed quantitative analysis of commit frequencies in open-source software development. The analysis is based on a large sample of opendoi:10.1145/2491055.2491073 dblp:conf/wikis/KolassaRS13 fatcat:rukz6i3x6rgn3hjzkdudlorloq