Each community is different and therefore requires other metrics for data-driven decisions about building and supporting it. In this blog post, we review this and share a summary of a 3 chapter series brought together by our friends at opensource.com. Take a look at this reading about Open Source Communities Metrics.Continue reading “Building and Supporting Open Source Communities Through Metrics”
Welcome to the first chapter of the Metric of the Month! We’re glad to start this series talking about metrics. We expect to show you a complete guide for a different metric each month so you can understand more about them. We start this series with our favorite one, the Elephant Factor.Continue reading “Metric of the Month – The Elephant Factor”
Sláinte! During last week, we were part of a full week of activities, events, social gatherings, networking, and interesting discussions. All of this was surrounded by the strong Irish culture which we had the opportunity to learn about on our latest trip to Dublin, Ireland.Continue reading “Bitergia in Dublin: a week full of activities”
Last month, we were part of not one, but two Open Source events organized in Latin America! The OpenInfra Days and the Open Source Summit Latin America were broadcasted from Mexico and Brazil to the world.Continue reading “Bitergia has arrived in Latin America!”
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.
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.
More and more software companies are realizing how important is to have a solid developer community and start hiring DevRel roles for their core business. Tracking and collecting evidence of how your actions are performing to know if you’re archiving the established goals, is crucial when implementing DevRel programs.