Agileranking #4 is available for download

The fourth 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.

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Following the feedback given by our readers, 3 new projects have been added to the list of tracked projects: Liferay, Linux Drivers and WordPress.

Next publication of the ranking will display 3 other 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 October, 2014):

  • Wildfly (Application Server, written in Java)
  • Hadoop (Apache distributed file system framework, written in Java)
  • cakePHP (Web application framework, written in PHP)

In the meantime, feel free to submit your suggestion of new projects by contacting us by e-mail:

Tracked projects in this issue
CodeIgniter (PHP)Django (Python)Django CMS (Python)Elasticsearch (Java)
Jenkins (Java)Joomla (PHP)JUnit (Java)Liferay Portal (Java)
Linux Drivers (C)MongoDB (C++)PHPUnit (PHP)PyroCMS (PHP)
Reddit (Python)Spring (Java)Symfony (PHP)WordPress (PHP)
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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