Mishari, a new Bitergian join the nest – Introducing our Consultant and Partner for the East Asian Market

During this month, Mishari Muqbil joined the Bitergia team to focus on the East Asian market. In this blog post, we want to explain the goals Bitergia has focusing on this market, Mishari´s background, and how he would help to work on our expansion in this market.

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Bitergia becomes the Official Metrics Partner of the NumFOCUS Foundation!

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.

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Contributors and Contributions: the right tool to have the right metrics

At Bitergia we work with contributions and contributors to get metrics about them. Both meanings seem clear, however, both of them can be a little ambiguous, so in this blog post we are going to see what is a contribution and a contributor in the most famous free culture communities to see that sometimes the right tool gives you the right insight that you need.

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Why it’s a good time to set up an OSPO in your organization.

90% of IT leaders use open source software in their organizations’ innovation streams. This requires a strategy to manage modern companies’ relationships with the open source projects they use, release, or even contribute to. An open source program office (OSPO) creates this strategy by working across the organization. In this blog post, we want to highlight 5 reasons that your organization can master with an OSPO.

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