From Art to Science: Community Development in a Data-driven World

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October 28, 2020

From Art to Science: Community Development in a Data-driven World

The community development efforts in open source ecosystems is increasing its complexity. This is due to the growth of the open source industrial interest and how organizations invest resources in those projects. This talk will focus CNCF ecosystem and how the application of a data-driven methodology and specifically the network relationship analysis and visualizations are bringing new valuable insights, enabling better open source community management and helping foster more open and transparent cross-community collaborations. This talk includes reseach and analysis on CNCF cross-community collaboration and will show how by applying more data-driven approach given CNCF's growth,interdependencies, increasing complexity, and multiple commercial interests can help foster stronger, healthier open source communities.

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October 28, 2020
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  1. From Art to Science: Community Development in a Data-Driven World

    Diane Mueller Director, Community Development Red Hat Cloud Platform dmueller@redhat.com @openshiftcommon October 2020 - Open Source Summit Europe Daniel Izquierdo Director of Consulting Bitergia dizquierdo@bitergia.com @dizquierdo / @bitergia
  2. Diane Mueller (Red Hat) Daniel Izquierdo (Bitergia) D. Mueller and

    D. Izquierdo-Cortazar, "From Art to Science: The Evolution of Community Development," in IEEE Software, vol. 36, no. 6, pp. 23-28, Nov.-Dec. 2019 doi: 10.1109/MS.2019.2936177.
  3. OPEN SOURCE IS THE SOURCE OF TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION 1M+ projects

    KVM GNOME Apache Project OpenShift Origin OpenStack® Linux® kernel node.js Kubernetes Fedora OpenJDK TensorFlow Hyperledger 96M* REPOSITORIES 31M* DEVELOPERS 2.1M* BUSINESSES *GitHub Oct 2018
  4. Red Hat OpenShift Open Source Distribution of Kubernetes OKD =

    f(Kubernetes++) OpenShift’s Cloud Native Open Source Landscape (https://okd.io) okd.io
  5. The Rise of Inter-related Cloud Native OSS Ecosystems Cloud Native

    Computing Foundation’s Landscape (https://landscape.cncf.io/)
  6. Developing Strategies for Continous Connnection > Respond to Desire to

    Connect Meet your Community Where They Are > Creation of Curated Content Give Away the Podium Renew, Reuse, Recycle > Encouraging Positive Enagement Sharing, Contributing, Feedback -> Engagment > Automatic Execution Organizational-based Membership Relationship Management Automate workflows without dehumanizing the connections OpenSource Summit - October 2020
  7. Move from ‘Art’ to ‘Science’ Applying Data-Driven Approach to Community

    Development https://chaoss.github.io/grimoirelab/
  8. Use Case

  9. Key Projects

  10. Highly interconnected Projects

  11. Less Interconnected Projects

  12. Developers bridging Communities Betweenness/ Centrality

  13. Segmentation by Personas Tangential Personas Untangling Upstream Relationships Connector Personas

    Uncovering Community Connectors Newcomer Personas Flagging the New Entrants Project Lead Personas Identifying & Supporting Leaders Organizational Personas What else should we be watching Untangling the Community Relationships
  14. • Upstream Coordination is Essential • Cross-Communinity vs Single Project

    Focus • Persona analysis to explore structure and stability • Healthy Relationships Matter • Domain Knowledge is imperative to understanding Relationships • Data Matters (clean, curated data and good tools!) What’s Up Next? Predictive Analysis (perhaps using IBM Watson ;-) Conclusions
  15. “Skate to where the puck is going, not where it

    has been.”
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