Meet the 100% open source software development analytics platform used by several open source projects, communitites, engineering teams to track and analyze their development activities, communities health, diversity, etc.
This conference will show GrimoireLab updates, use cases and practical workshop/s for developers, community managers, project managers, etc.
The workshop/s will cover the basic training for using open source Grimoire toolkit for tracking Open Source and Inner Source software development processes to manage them through metrics and KPIs.
Community managers, software development managers, developers and generally anyone involved in Open Source and Inner Source software development will learn through real examples how to set up and use Grimoire for their specific needs.
10:30 - 11:00 Registration
11:00 - 12:00 Grimoire Lab tutorial: architecture, deployment, dashboards, etc.
12:00 - 13:00 Grimoire Lab tutorial: development, third parties integration, etc.
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch break & networking
14:00 - 16:00 Keynotes: past, present and future of Grimoire Lab
16:00 - ... Up to you
119 Nueces St. Austin, TX 78701
Any company that relies on open source software as a critical component of their products and services should want to understand the strategic value of the project and community; doing so ensures the company is best leveraging the benefits that open source technology can bring. With GrimoireLab, it's now much easier to compile valuable information that can be used to better understand the strategic value of specific open source projects.
This talk will use quantitative metrics generated with GrimoireLab to evaluate the strategic value of open source projects and their communities, and it will cover how we're planning to use this information to inform Samsung's overall strategy. How effective are internal open source engineering teams at getting code upstream? Does the community incorporate new features and fix bugs and security flaws adequately to meet the needs of the company? What companies and organizations exert the most influence over the community? Is the overall health of the community adequate to meet the needs of the company? How diverse is the developer ecosystem and are there ideal candidates for hire? We're seeking to answer these questions and more.
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