How to Participate in CHAOSS?
The CHAOSS community is dedicated to fostering an open and welcoming environment for contributors. Please read our Code of Conduct to learn more about participating in CHAOSS.
- Introduce yourself on the CHAOSS mailing list or Diversity & Inclusion Working Group mailing list.
- Pick a project or working group and fork the GitHub repository.
- Come see us at conferences, workshops, and hackathons.
- Follow us on our YouTube channel
Join us for CHAOSS Community and Working Group video conferences
The first Tuesday every month is a formal 'monthly call' for updates from committees, working groups, and broader community. All other Tuesdays, we 'hangout' informally without agenda. Topics include new metrics, how to interpret metrics, progress on software development, new features that would be nice, recaps from recent events, or community questions.
Join the CHAOSS mailing list
The Common Metrics Working Group focuses on defining the metrics that are used by both working groups or are important for community health, but that do not cleanly fit into one of the other existing working groups. Areas of interest include organizational affiliation, responsiveness, and geographic coverage.
Info about working group: https://github.com/chaoss/wg-common
Diversity & Inclusion
This working group aims at bringing together experiences measuring diversity and inclusion in open source projects. Its main goal focuses on understanding from a qualitative and quantitative point of view how diversity and inclusion can be measured.
Info about working group: https://github.com/chaoss/wg-diversity-inclusion
Join the D&I mailing list.
This Working Group focuses on Evolution metrics and software. The goal is to refine the metrics that inform Evolution and to work with software implementations.
Info about working group: https://github.com/chaoss/wg-gmd
This Working Group focuses on Compliance and Risk metrics. The goal is to refine the metrics that inform Risk and to work with software implementations.
Info about working group: https://github.com/chaoss/wg-risk
This Working Group focuses on industry-standard metrics for economic value in open source. The main goal is to publish trusted industry-standard Value Metrics. A kind of S&P for software development, an authoritative source for metrics significance and industry norms.
Info about working group: https://github.com/chaoss/wg-value