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Monday, June 29 • 4:20pm - 5:10pm
BoF: The CHAOSS Project: Answering Specialized Questions About Community Health and Sustainability at Scale - Sean P. Goggins, University of Missouri

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The CHAOSS community develops metrics, methodologies, and software for expressing open source project health and sustainability. By measuring open source project health and sustainability, CHAOSS seeks to improve the transparency of open source project health and sustainability so that relevant stakeholders can make more informed decisions about open source project engagement.

Questions evolve, and specialized open source software communities that emerge around mergers and acquisitions find dashboards insufficient for understanding community health and sustainability. Specifically, will have an open discussion to discuss examples of how companies apply CHAOSS project metrics using software from the CHAOSS project, Augur. Using a standardized data structure has already enable dozens of companies to answer questions using CHAOSS metrics

Our discussion goals are to (1) sustain the communal, technical, and data core of the CHAOSS project by identifying emergent questions about open source project health (e.g., diversity & inclusion; evolution; value; risk) and (2) scale and develop deeper connections between organizations and institutions who participate.


Sean P. Goggins

Professor, CHAOSS Project and University of Missouri-Columbia
Sean is a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Missouri, where his research foci are open source software and human-centered data science. Sean is a founding member of the Linux Foundation’s working group on community health analytics for... Read More →

Monday June 29, 2020 4:20pm - 5:10pm CDT