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 increase shared knowledge, below is a full, browse-able large SVG file of the Augur Physical… Continue reading Augur’s Full Physical Data Model
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.
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 make its rich collection of data available: Augur itself, which is actually two parts: Data… Continue reading Under the Hood with Augur’s Data
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 are working with on live experiments with a CHAOSS project prototyping software tool called Augur… Continue reading Sustaining Open Source Software: Focus on the Community Manager
Introduction If you are thinking about getting involved in open source software research and development, particularly work on open source software community health, this post is intended to give you an overview of one particular opportunity (among many) in the rapidly changing, increasingly corporate engaged open source software community. Think of this as the “I… Continue reading Boot Camp: Thinking About Network Structures, Influence Measures and Learning in Open Source Software
1 Introduction My colleague Matt Germonprez recently hit me and around 50 other people at CHAOSSCON North America (2018) with this observation: A lot of times we get really great answers to the wrong questions. Matt explained this phenomena as ”type III error”, an allusion to the more well known statistical phenomena of type I… Continue reading Helpful and Useful – The Open Source Software Metrics Holy Grail
People compare themselves with others. We build on this truth to help people make sense of the metrics we prototype. The aim of the Augur project is threefold: 1.Fast prototyping of metrics 2.Be human centered …. Build prototypes that make it possible for people to see a visualization and make sense of it before they… Continue reading Augur: Software for Prototyping Open Source Metrics