Get the README complexity score for a Github repo:
|40 out of 40||Number of code blocks|
|10 out of 30||Penalty for few code blocks (all or nothing)|
ScoreMe gives you a numerical score from 0 to 100 for your Github-style README. The intention is to measure complexity, which is a generally correlated with quality.
It won't measure if one README is absolutely better than another, but it will give you a good idea if the README is high-quality, needs more work, or somewhere inbetween.
Some projects like rails/rails have most of their documentation outside of the README. In those cases, the score doesn't mean a whole lot if you're using it alone to interpret quality.
If you feel like the calculation should be tweaked, then definitely open an issue with your expected and actual results.