One of the last features we’ve been working on for Bitergia Analytics and GrimoireLab is called Panels Collection: A set of dashboards, aggregated in a unified structure with clear documentation for easy insights analysis and reporting.
We are looking for a new Bitergian DevOps Team Member to help us …
- To write effective, scalable code
- To develop back-end components to improve responsiveness and overall performance
- To improve deployment workflow to shorten the systems development life cycle while delivering features, fixes, and updates frequently
We are back from CHAOSSCon and the OSSummit North America (and still recovering from the jet-lag). It’s been a very intense and interesting week, with several activities planned in advance, and more being added on the fly!
Once again, you can meet us in the Open Source Summit North America (OSSNA). But this time is going to be really special, because it’s the first time the Linux Foundation is running CHAOSSCon around OSSNA.
It was one year ago when CHAOSS was announced, and the little project we started years ago joined this amazing initiative.
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During 6th and 7th of June we have been at OpenExpo Europe 2018. Actually, we have been participating in OpenExpo since the first edition, years ago. But this one has been different, because it’s been the first time we’ve had a booth in a Spanish open source conference!
How was it? Why has it taken so long to do so?
Last week I was invited to participate in the Open Source Weekends meetup, so I set up a quick GrimoireLab demo for them. It was a surprise, part of my talk about the history of Bitergia. You can see the slides online:
The InnerSource Spain community had its first meeting, and we are already planning next steps. Let’s start by briefing first meeting outcomes.
Bitergia is providing services to many open source related companies and organizations, but one of the core aims has been always to provide something useful for the communities of those companies and organizations. So, how could we involve these communities in our customer care services?
First of all, let’s check what we are giving to our customers:
Once again, we will be at the Open Source Leadership Summit, the invitational event organized by The Linux Foundation. This year, the event is happening in Sonoma (we’ll miss the last years snow in Squaw Creek) and we will be presenting the state of GrimoireLab to our friends there.