Trying to understand the full breadth of community contributions - cumulative and by specific time period - to a repo. We built the beginning of a script, but quickly ran into the fact that we could only get 30 results per call. Sounds like that might be a pagination issue, but looks like 1000 is the limit on query results anyway. To be able to understand the cumulative contributions, we’ll need to be able to retrieve *all* of the results for the history of the repo.
Any ideas for how to get around this?
It would be great if the GitHub API Statistics call could include comments and other contributions in addition to commits.