We are so excited about starting the new year with our contribution and participation at FOSDEM 2017.
FOSDEM is the strongest reference event for developers and geeks to meet and know the hottest incoming tech topics since 17 years ago.
In 2000, Raphael Bauduin, a Linux fan from Belgium, decided to organize a small event for Open Source developers. He named it ‘Open Source Developers European Meeting’ (OSDEM). From the second edition OSDEM became FOSDEM and every year host more than 5000 developers and Open Source geeks.
FOSDEM is our natural environment. We have joined it in a lots of editions and we are very proud to come again this year as speakers. We are also going to set up a stand for chatting with all our friends with special gifts for our community.
These will be our contributions to FOSDEM 2017:
While we’re developing and testing our new toolchain for producing Kibana-based software development dashboards, we’re producing a good collection of them, with real data from real projects.
Bitergia Kibana based dashboards with data from some FOSS dev communities
Just in case you are interested in having a look at them and provide some feedback, here is a partial list:
Pretty late writing about the Akademy, but I really wanted to share my experience with this community.
First of all and as a disclaimer, I already knew some members of the community, so this was not my first time with them. I have always enjoyed my time with them and get pretty useful feedback.
This visit was related to the KDE devleopment dashboard that Bitergia prepared in collaboration with some KDE developers.
Last week I took part as master of ceremonies on an special event for FLOSS developers at .. Microsoft Spain offices! The idea for the meeting was to explore the different FLOSS technologies already supported by Microsoft Azure with speakers from different companies and communities like MongoDB, PhoneGap/Cordova, etc.
The event is part of the new openness strategy that is driving the company. But, I have thought about how open is really this movement? Of course, they are releasing a lot of code as Open Source, but is the company contributing to other FLOSS projects beyond their own ones? And by suprise, the answer has come from our own dashboards.
Microsoft contributions to OpenStack
2013 is almost over and it has been an intense year starting up Bitergia. We have worked hard and we would like to thank our customers for trusting us. It’s time to face 2014 with energy!
We continue improving our free / open source tools and services, starting by presenting our latest developments in Fosdem 2014 (two talks approved, stay tuned!), and working hard to help free / open source software communities success by the use of metrics and software development analyses as key factor.
During early October days, we’ve been in Paris for the Open World Conference 2013 (AKA OWF 2013) as first stop of our October’s Tour, and it has been a quite interesting meeting.
First of all, OWF is not an Open Source freaks event, and business is one of the event’s target, so there were many well suited people talking about opportunities and so on. Of course, you can see people doing freak things…
Some companies missed it, but most of the big ones where there somehow: Red Hat, Openstack, Suse, Citrix… and even Debian, that is not a company, but it is a reference in the Open Source world. I’ve had the chance to talk with some old friends and to meet new ones. So, it has been a good networking event, but some kind of reception/dinner/party? would helped.
On Friday, we were invited to talk about the metrics and analysis we do in Bitergia and how it helps on Open Source projects for the Open Source in practice track. It’s been great sharing the desk with people like:
The main changes in this version are:
- Legend for viz could be places now anywhere
- Metrics have now a namespace so you can have the same metric name in different data sources.
- Improved Summary for data sources
- New help system integrated with graphs
- Metrics definition could be modified from a JSON file
- Bug fixes and minor changes.
The code is available at: https://github.com/VizGrimoire/VizGrimoireJS/tree/0.5.1