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CentOS Dojo Santa Clara – 31 March before MySQL Conf


On the eve of the Percona Live:  MySQL Conference and Expo (Monday 31 March 2014) I get to help run my first CentOS Dojo at the Santa Clara Convention Center. For this event, I’ll MC and give a talk about the newness in the CentOS Project. The lineup so far is pretty set and quite stellar: […]

Fedora 17 packager metrics and why I care


I’m going to do something very dangerous – talk about specific raw, unanalyzed, and likely inaccurate statistics. But I don’t know how else to combine radical transparency with my work of tracking and analyzing community health. Does that mean someone is likely to read my posts and cherry-pick information that serves their own agenda? Perhaps. […]

Working group on community metrics


Are you one of us few, lucky people who attempt to keep track of the health of one or more communities? Have you written any tools, processes, or other content/code that helps you with this? (For example, our team wrote and uses EKG for mailing list analysis.) Are you looking for a commons to share […]