GNOME community study


GNOME is a desktop environment which is composed entirely of free and open-source software and targets to be cross-platform, developed by The GNOME Project, which comprises both volunteers and paid contributors.

OpenStack releases reports

OpenStack is one of the best known open cloud projects with a solid base of companies, and currently the OpenStack Foundation is one of our customers. We have done several analyses focused on how much are contributing those companies and a comparison between releases. The list of publications is (from newest to eldest):

Mozilla Webmaker development activity dashboard

Mozilla Webmaker

Mozilla Webmaker is Mozilla’s educational initiative to “help millions of people move from using the web to making the web”. As part of some conversations with the Mozilla Foundation metrics team, Bitergia has built a development activity dashboard about Webmaker community with data up to October 2014.

Joomla development community activity preview


Joomla is one the most used free and open-source content management systems (CMS) for publishing web content. Released in 2005, we have built a basic dashboard about its development community activity up to October 2014 in source code management, issue tracking and even in documentation on their mediawiki instances. Added to this, we are also releasing a preview of a search box in the Grimoire dashboard, making easier to find developers and companies information.

Bitergia is not affiliated with or endorsed by the Joomla Project or Open Source Matters. The Joomla logo is used under a limited license granted by Open Source Matters the trademark holder in the United States and other countries.

KDE Grimoire Dashboard


KDE is an international free software community producing an integrated set of cross-platform applications designed to run on Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, Microsoft Windows, and OS X systems. During Akademy 2014, Bitergia presented the Grimoire Dashboard for KDE.

GENIVI Alliance report

The GENIVI Alliance is a non-profit consortium whose goal is to establish a globally competitive, Linux kernel-based operating system, middleware and platform for the automotive in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) industry. We have worked on a preliminary report to have an overview of the community development activity.
BMW domain presence in GENIVI projects

WebKit Study

WebKit is an engine software used by several web browsers to render web pages. It is currently running on Chrome or Safari browsers as an example. on January 2013 we published an analysis focused on the code review process of the project using as basic pieces of information companies. Thus, it is possible to analyze contributions from several points of view such as evolution of contributions per company, overall contribution per company or population of developers per company. More information can be found in our blog posts about webkit

Forges Studies: FusionForge and Allura

There are several products to deploy forges. One of the most used is FusionForge, while one of the most innovative is Allura. The first one is an evolution of the GForge project, while Allura was created from scratch by the SourceForge team. More information about them:

Wikimedia Study

The Wikimedia Foundation is a non-profit organization. Under its umbrella there are several projects, but the most famous initiative is the free/open source wiki Wikipedia. On November 2012 we have done a report and analysis focused on the Wikimedia project. Information from the versioning system, mailing lists and the bug tracking system was retrieved. More information can be found at the Wikimedia analysis blog post. Currently, Wikimedia Foundation is one of our customers