[Chaoss-Board] keynote by Jose Manrique next week
Sean P. Goggins
s at goggins.com
Sun Sep 20 08:46:23 UTC 2020
That's exciting news Andrea! Thanks for sharing!
On Thu, Sep 17, 2020 at 3:29 PM Andrea Gallo <andrea.gallo at linaro.org>
> I am pleased to let you know that Jose Manrique will give a keynote at our
> next Linaro Connect open source engineering (virtual) conference.
> Free registration is available, please join us.
> LVC20-300K Let’s Butcher Software Development Analytics together: So you
> don’t have to when it really counts <https://lvc20.sched.com/#>
> Lord Kelvin said "if you can't measure it, you cannot improve it". That
> may only be partially true. Instead, I reckon we must understand
> measurements and their context to comprehend what is going. In the context
> of software development, this would mean that we must measure the who,
> what, when, and how related to software development processes, but also
> know the context around this data to be able to answer the questions that
> allow managers to drive projects to their goals. I call it the
> “measurements in context” principle.
> This talk demonstrates this principle with humor by looking at Linaro’s
> projects. Let’s explore together what the software development analytics
> data shows us about Linaro’s open source projects. Then, let’s guess at
> what this could be telling us if we had no idea about Linaro. Finally,
> let’s apply the “measurements in context” principle to get sensible
> This fun talk does not intend to answer real questions about Linaro,
> however, it does show in an approachable and memorable way how to do
> analytics on open source software. We will stumble in this presentation
> together over common problems only so you don’t have to do it when it
> really matters. Lessons learned from the CHAOSS project will also provide a
> solid foundation from which you can build your own analysis.
> During this talk, I will present an approach to drive your software
> development using data from both strategical and tactical points of view.
> Everything will rely on existing free, open source tools and knowledge from
> communities like CHAOSS (Community Health Analytics for Open Source
> Software) and InnerSource Commons.
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> CHAOSS-members at lists.linuxfoundation.org
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