At work somewhere there's some old code to present various metrics to "management" about what the developers have been up to. One thing it does is calculate "developer of the month", based on lines of code added. My two most recent commits:
143 files changed, 5626 deletions(-)
196 files changed, 7539 deletions(-)
I believe it's time to update that to add the "undeveloper of the month". However, that would mean adding code, and that will taint my stats. Maybe I can give a patch to someone else to apply.
It's taken quite a bit of other refactorings to get to the the point where I could make those two commits. Tomorrow, some new code gets written, but that's only to enable me to go back to the pure negative contribution.