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  • If you’re reading this blog, you’re probably among the growing number of software professionals who understand how valuable open source development is to the production of modern technology. Many of us have seen how open source can reduce costs, increase development speed, increase overall product quality and more, but it can often be challenging to quantify the value of this using understandable metrics. Fortunately for us, open source development happens in public so a lot of information can be extracted from public resources such as git repository logs, email mailing lists, code review and bug tracking platforms, and more. One relatively new and useful tool to aide in this is GrimoireLab from Bitergia. We’ve spent the last few months exploring the capabilities of this tool to find out what kind of metrics we can use to track the success of the efforts of the Samsung Open Source Group. Doing so […]

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  • Open Source Wrap Up June 6 – 12, 2015 LinkedIn Releases Pinot: An Open Source, Real-Time, Business Analytics Platform Pinot has been the de-facto analytics program used by LinkedIn for more than two years to provide insight to information like profile views, company follow analytics and A/B testing analytics. The program provides an OLAP datastore that emphasizes scalability, low latency, data freshness, and high availability. It uses data from Hadoop and Kafka, and provides an SQL-like query language that includes functionality such as: filtering, aggregation, group by, order by, and distinct entries. The source code can be acquired on GitHub, and the project wiki has detailed information about why and how you might want to use this software. Read more at the LinkedIn Engineering blog. Wayland Gets a License Fix A problem with Wayland’s license was recently uncovered when a Wikipedia editor pointed out a discrepancy between the license statement […]

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