Few months ago Mozilla launched Mozilla & the Rebel Alliance , an interactive network representation of Mozilla’s contributor communities (also available as PDF file). This report has a lot of insights for anyone involved in developer community building, such as DevRel.
There will be companies that emerge stronger from the global coronavirus pandemic crisis because they adapt to changes and invest: We are living in the remote collaboration era, in which more companies are becoming software, and open source software is eating the world. To come out stronger, companies need to learn to work in distributed remote teams and specifically in open source, adapt to the changes in industry by breaking down silos and improving collaboration, and apply data-driven management to their (open source) software development.
A new version of GrimoireLab is out. This post shows the major improvements from the latest GrimoireLab toolkit releases.
GrimoireLab is a 100% open source project maintained mainly by Bitergia developers and part of CHAOSS Software projects, one of The Linux Foundation projects. GrimoireLab’s main goal is to provide a software development analytics toolkit to analyze software development projects.
Have you ever struggled when managing contributor identities within software projects? GrimoireLab is developing a new SortingHat version, the tool used for identity management, to turn it into a GraphQL service! This article summarizes how we used Graphene, a library for building GraphQL APIs in Python, for boosting SortingHat’s integration with other apps.
Bitergia is happy to congratulate the CHAOSS community to its second metrics release. The five working groups of the CHAOSS community defined 39 metrics across 16 focus areas where more than 300 people contributed to the metric definitions.
Bitergia year in review is here for 2019! This post summarizes Bitergia’s main activities across this year. Continue reading “A year in review: Bitergia 2019”
During the last InnerSource Commons in Baltimore, Daniel Izquierdo Cortázar and I had the opportunity to introduce the CHAOSS Project to InnerSource practitioners. This post summarizes the main topics we covered.
Do you work for a software company and are looking for a fun team-building exercise? Try dogfooding your own software. Here is the experience we had with this activity at Bitergia.
Georg Link, co-founder of the Linux Foundation CHAOSS Project, recently joined the Bitergia team as our new Director of Sales. These are great news for Bitergia. Do you want to know why? Let us share our story!