Behold the power of File Tracker:
I knew with File Tracker at my disposal and over 75 original repos that I would someday crack the rather difficult challenge of making 100 commits in a single day. Even with the built-in feature of commit collapsing within File Tracker, it happened today.
File Tracker is my semi-secret weapon for paying down massive amounts of technical debt across all the systems I maintain merely with the click of a few buttons. It's the only bulk visual diff/merge tool in existence and it is fantastic software that has blazing fast performance. Of course, I'm biased because I wrote it but look at that beautiful picture above. The previous record before today was 53 commits in a single day.
Here's a screenshot of the File Tracker synchronization run that broke through the "100 legitimate commits in a single day by a single person" barrier:
I'm kind of wishing there was a badges/achievements system on GitHub. You too can have access to the power of File Tracker for a nominal fee of $30 for the first year, $10/year after that. Hey, I gotta push the sellable products whenever I can! Oh, and be sure to check out all the open source repos (mostly MIT/LGPL dual-licensed software) I maintain over on GitHub. You might find something interesting!