OpenStack Community Activity Board and Metrics: What would you like to see?
We will continue the 90-minute session, we'll explore the new OpenStack Community Activity Board, as well as facilitate an overall discussion about community metrics and other quantitative ways to measure development activities of OpenStack.
Community Manager, OpenStack Foundation
OpenStack community manager, Stefano built his career around Free Software and open source, from product manager at glorious Italian GNU/Linux distribution MadeInLinux to Italian Chancellor of the Free Software Foundation Europe. Later as community manager of leading mobile open source sync solution Funambol, his efforts boosted downloads and bolstered enterprise contributions. For Twitter, he led efforts to expand in the Italian market. In his spare time, he builds furniture and is learning how... Read More →
Bitergia, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Jesus teaches and researches in Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Spain). His research interests include the study of communities of software development, with a focus on quantitative and empirical studies, and tools for collaboration in libre (free, open source) software development. In these areas, he has published several papers, and is participating in several international research projects. Since 2012 he collaborates with Bitergia, the software development analytics company. He is interested in... Read More →
CEO, zAgile Inc.
Improving collaboration amongst distributed teams through integration of tools, processes and knowledge
Dan is a member of HP's Open Source Program Office, helping teams across HP make the most of their open source software efforts & contributions. He has been studying the OpenStack Community for several months, helping to refine and augment the 'gitdm' tool to provide more frequent and accurate statistics about community participation and understanding "Who Builds OpenStack?".
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