... but if you can't infer my skillset from my code and what I have to tell about it, I don't want to work for you. If you judge my skills by the amount of commits or the amount of lines in a given set of repos, you're an idiot, plain and simple.
With modern PLs there are as many coding styles as there are coders. We get into religious wars over indent, bracketing and tabs versus spaces. Any judge over my code who isn't aware of this bias inherent to all of us is utterly unable to judge code at a cursory glance.
Point in case:
Two weeks ago a potential employer ditched a first interview with me after checking a GitHub account of mine. After I told him that it was only one of many. Provably one of his crew noticed only a few commits every few weeks and didn't realize it was a toolkit I was working on and not some project I couldn't disclose.
Their loss, not mine. If you don't have the time to ask what's up with repo X and my commits you're not qualified as a project lead. End of story.
My 2 eurocents.