Open-source software economics and community health analytics: Enter CHAOSS

George Anadiotis at ZDNet writes.

CHAOSS stands for Community Health Analytics Open Source Software. It8217s a Linux Foundation project and its roots go back 15 years ago. A research team at the University of Juan-Carlos in Madrid Spain was trying to understand how software is being built in open source.

There was no tooling to help them do that so they built their own open-source software. That was the foundation of what is now calledGrimoireLab A set of free open-source software tools for software development analytics.

The tools gather data from several platforms involved in software development Git GitHub Jira Bugzilla Gerrit Mailing lists Jenkins Slack Discourse Confluence StackOverflow and more merge and organize it in a database and produce visualizations actionable dashboards and analytics.

Read more at ZDNet.

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