The second issue of the AgileRanking™ has been published and is available for download. Discover the open source projects who moved up or down in terms of Team Activity, Code Quality and Community Adoption.
Following the feedback given by our readers, 3 new projects have been added to the list of tracked projects. In order to provide relevant data for each axis of the analysis model, these projects will be integrated for the next issue (publication to come in May, 2014):
- Linux (the famous Operating System, written in C)
- Django CMS (a CMS built on the namesake Python framework)
- PHPUnit (similar with JUnit, a framework to manage unit tests for PHP projects)
In the meantime, feel free to submit your suggestion of new projects by contacting us by e-mail: agileranking[at]squoring.com.
Tracked projects in this issue
CodeIgniter (PHP)Django CMS (Python)Elasticsearch (Java)Jenkins (Java)Joomla (PHP)
JUnit (Java)MongoDB (C++)PyroCMS (PHP)Spring (Java)
About the AgileRanking™
AgileRanking™ is a monthly ranking made on a selection of GitHub-hosted Open Source projects. It is built with 42 indicators that quantify the health of a project, defined with three analysis axis: Team Activity (contributor diversity, commit & fix volume, reactiveness of the support team, etc.), Community Adoption (downloads, forks, followers & mentions, etc.) and Code Quality (best-practice compliance, maintainability, stability, source code technical debt, etc.). These indicators are computed by Squore, the Squoring dashboard dedicated to the Quality & Performance Monitoring of Softwares and Systems.
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