[Chaoss-Board] CHAOSS Goals 2020
germonprez at gmail.com
Tue Feb 11 20:40:26 UTC 2020
Agreed. Thanks Andrea. I'll certainly bring this up, not only in the board
meeting, but also in the CHAOSS community calls.
Also, thanks for the kind words on the metrics release. A lot of work by
excellent people :)
On Tue, Feb 11, 2020 at 2:16 PM Georg Link <linkgeorg at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Andrea,
> Thank you for the positive feedback on the metrics release.
> What you are describing sounds connected to two threads of discussion that
> surface occasionally and we have not made much progress on either:
> 1. Composite Metrics - metrics that are combining (with weights) other
> metrics into one. We have some examples in this current release.
> 2. Maturity Models (or other names) - a collection of composite metrics
> (simplified). For example this CHAOSScon talk
> https://youtu.be/NaC2obrH8vg?t=551 (sorry, I was the speaker).
> I do think that what you are describing has value and a place in the
> CHAOSS discussion. :)
> On Feb 11, 2020, at 8:23 AM, Andrea Gallo <andrea.gallo at linaro.org> wrote:
> Hello Matt, hello all,
> thank you for your email.
> I will join the board meeting via conf call most probably as I shall be at
> a different HPC event the very same days.
> First of all, let me share that the recent revamp of the metrics page is
> amazing, absolutely fantastic work! I could browse all metrics by category,
> read them one by one, etc. I loved the verbose description for each metric
> about its use case, etc.
> Congratulations for the hard work and the very neat outcome to the entire
> team, it is an amazing progress!
> About goals for 2020, I would like to raise one point for debate. I
> remember we discussed this already two years ago in Sonoma so apologies if
> this sounds misplaced. We agreed to work on metrics as tools to evaluate
> the success of an open source project but at the same time we agreed to
> refrain from providing any judgement or comparison of projects.
> Now given that the metrics are growing in number, scope and complexity, my
> suggestion as a goal for 2020 would be to propose that we create KPIs or
> weighted use of metrics by category in order to come up with some "label"
> or "attribute" for each one. Eg. based on the metrics in the GMD category,
> could we process and combine them in order to evaluate a "growth" or
> "maturity" or "decline" label?
> We would not rate a project as successful or failing yet we would provide
> some guidance for each category: growing / mature / declining, safe or at
> risk based on governance, license compliance, etc. Large outreach vs niche
> project based on diversity, geography, etc.
> I think this may become more valuable as the metrics grow further.
> Happy to accept criticism if this sounds like a bad idea :-)
> Maybe add this to the agenda?
> Thank you
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> On Sun, 2 Feb 2020 at 16:30, Matt Germonprez <germonprez at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi CHAOSS Board Members,
>> As a small primer for the board meeting in March, it would be great if
>> you could give me a 1 or 2 goals you are hoping the CHAOSS project can
>> achieve in 2020. You can send them directly to me or to the list. I'd love
>> to get your input.
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