It would be great if we could get metrics from the notebook to our
community website, always updated live.
Like this prototype for thoth
I really recommend setting up a time for us to meet to discuss this. I
have found with the Sandiego community metrics efforts that having a space
for ideas to bounce around brought a whole new level of ideas in.
On Wed, Sep 15, 2021 at 12:55 PM Hema Veeradhi <hveeradh(a)redhat.com>
> Hi all,
> Reaching out to the group to spark some discussions/ideas around
> outlining metrics we would like to track for measuring the growth, size,
> health and impact of the Operate First community. For example, some of the
> metrics that can help measure the size and growth of the community would
> include number of users, number of contributors, number of issues submitted
> over time, number of PRs merged over time etc.
> We have started listing out these potential metrics in this gdoc
> well as a markdown here
> and would love to have your feedback/suggestions around it.
> +Shrey Anand <shanand(a)redhat.com> and I have also created an
> initial notebook
> that explores some of the operate first GitHub community metrics that are
> being collected and stored by Augur <https://github.com/chaoss/augur>
> which we were able to set up with +Cali Dolfi <cdolfi(a)redhat.com>'s
> help. Augur is a software suite for collecting and measuring structured
> data about free and open-source software communities. It is developed and
> maintained by the CHAOSS community <https://chaoss.community/>
> visualizes some of these metrics and as a next step we would like to
> include more metrics and visualize them in interactive dashboards using
> some of the existing operate first tooling such as Superset
> and have them be publicly available for others to view.
> It would be great to hear from others what they think are useful
> community metrics and if there's interest we can also set up some time for
> a working group to brainstorm ideas and have discussions around how we
> would like to gauge the Operate First community. You can also leave your
> suggestions/comments to this issue
and please feel
> free to add anyone else who might be interested to this thread!
> Thanks and Regards,
> Hema Veeradhi
> Software Engineer | AI COE - CTO OFFICE
> Red Hat | Boston <https://www.redhat.com/>
Data Scientist, Open Source Program Office
Red Hat <https://www.redhat.com/>
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