Measurement is one of the hard problems in managing open source communities and also in developer relations.
How do you measure the health of an open source project’s contribution level? What tools are available to articulate the pace and types of commit your project receives?
Bitergia is both a suite of open source tools, and a company, aiming to help open source projects to understand the health of the project specifically in terms of the code and similar contributions it receives. Manrique Lopez from Bitergia explained more about the tools and how people use them, in this interview recorded at OSCON Austin 2016.
Indeed has seen a huge uptick in Hacktoberfest participation from their engineering team. Hear how they did it.
People were organising communities long before developer relations. So what can we learn from those that went before?