The interdependency of open source projects such as OpenShift (OKD) with upstream projects (Kubernetes, OpenStack), downstream services, and related initiatives (operator framework) has changed nature of open source community development. As communities converge and release schedules and priorities collide, project leaders need to adjust OS models, rethink interactions with multiple release cycles, and juggle the divergent agendas.
Diane Mueller and Daniel Izquierdo examine joint research findings from Bitergia and share lessons learned at Red Hat on the interrelatedness of Kubernetes, OpenShift and OKD, OpenStack, and CNCF communities developing around distributions. They also detail new approaches to open source community development as well as new tools and practices.
Daniel Izquierdo Cortazar is a cofounder and chief data officer at Bitergia, a company that provides software analytics for open source ecosystems, where he’s focused on the quality of the data, research of new metrics, analysis, and studies of interest for Bitergia customers via data mining and processing. Daniel holds a PhD in free software engineering from the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid, where his research focused on the analysis of buggy developer activity patterns in the Mozilla community.
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