Graal is an open source tool to conduct customizable, scalable and incremental analysis of source code I’ve been working on as a side project to the work I am doing in Bitergia with GrimoireLab. Let’s have a look it.
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.
Nowadays, more and more companies such as PayPal, Bosch or Autodesk are internally implementing inner source programs. Inner source differs from classic open source development process by remaining within the view and control of a single organization and offers many advantages in terms of efficiency and effectiveness.
In previous posts, we talked about Inner source characteristics and advantages such as InnerSourcing: the development model of the future.
Once again, Bitergia will be at OSCON, held this time in Portland, at Oregon convention center. OSCON, one of the biggest open source conventions in USA, has been ground zero of the open source movement and nowadays continues to be the catalyst for innovation among companies.
Join Bitergia at Open Expo Europe 2018, the largest professional event within Free, Libre, Open Source Software and Open world economy sector in Spain. This year, OpenExpo18 will take place on the 6th and 7th of June in Madrid.
The adoption of Python notebooks to perform data analysis has considerably increased, becoming a de-facto standard within data scientists communities. But, which Python libraries are used on them?
One more year, we attended to our traditional visit to FOSDEM and celebrated our classic GrimoireCon, which this year has become into CHAOSSCon! We want to share with you our experience with a recap from CHAOSSCon and also from the talks some of us gave at FOSDEM.
Continue reading “Highlights from CHAOSSCon + FOSDEM 2018”
In Bitergia we have a list of happy customers using the Metrics Grimoire toolset (fork them at GitHub!) to produce metrics about their communities. Tracking tech communities is not that simple and this needs of some infrastructure. And one of the main issues usually consists of aggregating all of the information.
- How to have aggregated information for a given project from several data sources?
- How to aggregate information from a specific developer from several data sources?
- How to aggregate information for a given company from several data sources?
- How to manage the several identities (IRC nickname, Jira user name, …) across data sources of a developer?
- And what about managing the several affiliations of a developer?
And even more, is there a place where I can easily have a glimpse and check how my community is going?
The following is an example of the OPNFV community where the Git repositories, Gerrit projects, tickets from Jira, mailing lists, IRC channels and the Askbot instance is summarized in the entry page of the OPNFV dashboard.
The Bitergia toolset covers all of these issues with the retrieval of raw information, cleaning and massaging of the data and visualization. Indeed any of these steps are fully independent, what helps you to add any of your favourite tools in any of the several steps.
Let’s imagine that you’re interested in using your favourite visualization tool to play with the data. You can have direct access to the databases or to the post-processed data. It’s your data and Bitergia worries about providing a trustable service where all of the tools and data are open source.