Welcome to the fourth chapter of the Metric of the Month: Leaving Developers. In the last chapter, we talked about Attracted Developers, a metric that helps us to understand the flow of new contributors joining a project or community. In this chapter, we will fully understand the contributors by studying the people leaving the project.Continue reading “Leaving Developers: Metric of the Month, February 2023”
Join us in Brussels, February 3-6, for CHAOSScon and FOSDEM with lots of Belgian waffles and beers.Continue reading “Let’s go to Brussels! Bitergians getting ready for CHAOSScon and FOSDEM!”
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”
We’re excited to announce our new partnership with the NumFOCUS Foundation! As Official Metrics Partner, the goal is to provide community metrics and insights to all NumFOCUS projects. Anaconda sponsors this partnership.
In this blog post, we want to share about this partnership, its launch at the NumFOCUS Summit, and what you can expect from this joint work.Continue reading “Bitergia becomes the Official Metrics Partner of the NumFOCUS Foundation!”
One benefit that comes from the open source nature and transparency of open source covid19 tracing apps, is how quickly these solutions can scale up to stop disease outbreaks. This post shares some insights from a previous analysis, which investigates how robust the software development activity is on the different open source contact tracing apps.Continue reading “Open Source COVID-19 Contact Tracing Apps to Improve Transparency and Adoption”
We have some exciting news! The Analytics Dashboards are being upgraded to our latest Kibiter release based on Kibana 6.1.0. This new version will allow our customers to enjoy new visualizations, new metrics and a new security layer. Everything 100% open source software.
Mentoring is one of those activities key in any open source communities as well as in any other environment such as internally at companies. The new edition of the OpenStack gender report [to be published], produced by Intel and Bitergia, has focused specifically on those programs that help newcomers and filling the existing knowledge gap.
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:
Not everything in inner source is about community building [but a big portion!] and the infrastructure is basic to foster collaboration, transparency and community building.