Community Health Analytics Open Source Software

CHAOSS is a Linux Foundation project focused on creating

analytics and metrics to help define community health


CHAOSS Working groups

The goal of the working groups is to refine the metrics and to work with software implementations. The workgroups are built around categories of metrics that CHAOSS has identified.

The working groups are:
Common Metrics
Diversity and Inclusion
App Ecosystem

CHAOSS Software

The CHAOSS project includes two software projects:

CHAOSS Initiatives

The CHAOSS project has two active initiatives:
Diversity and Inclusion Badging
Community Health Reports

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Recent Posts

September 21, 2020 in Blog Post

Help Support CHAOSS

The CHAOSS Community is growing with more and more interesting conversations occurring all the time. In May, we started recording and elevating conversations about metrics, analytics, and software for open…
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September 21, 2020 in News

CHAOSS Weekly (Sept 14 – 18, 2020)

2 New Initiatives Released! This was a very busy week for the CHAOSS team! This week we released 2 brand new initiatives: our D&I Badging Program and our Community Health…
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September 18, 2020 in Blog Post

Community Health Reports

Interested in getting a better understanding of community health for your open source projects? The CHAOSS project is proud to now offer a one-page community health report free of charge.…
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