Today we’re presenting a preview of our analysis on Liferay at the Liferay Symposium Spain. We’ve analyzed Liferay public git and Jira repositories, which provide a good view of the public development activities around the project. Liferay Inc., the company, maintains another ticketing system for their customers as well, which we have not analyzed. However, all changes to the code seem to be done in the public git repository, and a large part of the activity with respect to ticket management (if not all) goes through the public Jira system at some point (even if initiated in the in-company tracking system).
In this preview, we’re including some charts and data similar to other analysis we’ve done in the past (such as the OpenStack Folsom report, or the report on Zentyal). But we’re also including some new stuff, such as some charts on how long does it take to close tickets (for every month in the analyzed period), or the activity in the git repository by module (directory).
Yo can now run directly to browse the preview of our report, the charts and data, or go on reading some details about it in this post.