Organizations with an OSPO understand the value of investing in open source development and set goals related to open source use and participation. But every open source program defines success a little differently. The goals they set, and metrics they track, will vary according to the reasons the organization is investing in open source – whether it’s to recruit developers, bring in new ideas and technologies through open innovation, achieve faster time to market, lower development costs, or myriad other reasons.
In this panel discussion, a group of OSPO leaders will gather to discuss how they have participated in metrics strategy discussions with the help of CHAOSS tools, and open source metrics standards.
University of Nebraska | CHAOSS
Ana Jiménez Santamaría
TODO Group, Linux Foundation
OSPO Program Manager
Director of Data Science
University of Missouri | CHAOSS
Social Computing & Open Source Software Researcher