A year ago, GitHub CEO Chris Wanstrath and other executives faced questions from investors and reporters about the company’s staff.
Now, the company has taken steps to keep track of its staff, which includes the roles they play in the company.
The company released its 2017 diversity report last week, which found that of the company 100 percent of its employees are women.
The new diversity report, which was published on Tuesday, found that the number of women in GitHub’s leadership ranks grew by 1 percent to 1,977.
Last year, GitHub had an estimated 5,000 female employees.
GitHub’s report also noted that the company had more than half of its engineering teams in women.
“While we continue to make progress toward reaching our goals for diversity and inclusion, we recognize that there is still much more to do, and we want to share our progress to the world in a way that helps the next generation of women leaders,” Wanstrathe said in a statement.
Wanstraths recent statements on diversity have not been universally welcomed.
“This is not a new development for GitHub,” wrote one Twitter user.
“They have been pushing a lot of progress on this front, but they still haven’t had a woman in leadership.”
Another tweeted: “I love that GitHub is hiring women!
They are doing the hard work.
But they still have a long way to go.”
Wanstrathy also announced last year that he would be retiring.
He told The Wall Street Journal that his retirement would take effect this summer, and he would continue to work on GitHub.
“The company and I both recognize the importance of leadership, but it is time to step away from GitHub and let someone else lead,” he wrote.
“My family and I are grateful for all the sacrifices we have made to help shape this world and we thank you for all you have given to this great company.”
GitHub has previously said it is considering expanding its diversity and inclusivity initiatives to include hiring and retention, and the company will likely make a decision on that in the coming weeks.