Accelerating Development tl;dr: Let’s take a 251 line query and make it into a super-fast 1 line materialized view. Augur works closely with CHAOSS partners and our contributor community to: Make it easier to build new functions into Augur and
2022/03/20 Installation Video, Part 1!
This is on Ubuntu, and it covers all the steps hereby talking you through it. The video is succinct, and I think it will reveal places where folks may have gotten stuck! Stay tuned for part II! #GSOC2022
Apply Now! Google Season of Docs (GSoD): Augur
Augur is looking for Google Summer of Docs (GSoD) applicants! Create, Advance, and Clarify Documentation for Augur Augur is a CHAOSS toolset for ontologically consistent data science and analytics, with fully traceable data provenance from the report, back through the
[CHAOSS] Augur is participating in GSoC 2021 with CHAOSS
Hi All: As you likely know, CHAOSS has been selected as a project for the Google Summer of Code 2021 program: Augur has some proposed ideas focused on software dependencies, and automated identification of similar uses through our contributor worker!
Augur’s Full Physical Data Model
The CHAOSS Project needs implemented metrics to help us figure out whether or not we are reaching our goals and answering the questions we have about open source health and sustainability. Augur is a critical part of that effort. To
We took a moment to record the installation of Augur, including when we did it wrong and had to go back and do it again. This complements our documentation nicely. Augur documentation can be found here.
Under the Hood with Augur’s Data
Augur is a Community Health Analytics for Open Source Software software tool that collects, organizes, and validates the completeness of open source software trace data from GitLab, GitHub, and any standalone Git repository. There are four parts to Augur that
Learn How to Create an Augur Worker
Sustaining Open Source Software: Focus on the Community Manager
1 Introduction Community managers take a variety of perspectives, depending on where their communities are in the lifecycle of growth, maturity and decline. This is an evolving report of what we are learning from community managers, some of whom we