10+ Open Source Program KPIs
Open Source Program metrics are essential for evaluating the health, activity, and community engagement of open source software projects. These KPIs measure aspects like community contributions, issue management, project adoption, and overall project activity. They are crucial for open source maintainers and contributors to understand the project's traction, identify areas for improvement, and foster a vibrant and active open source community.
Measures the number of pull requests that have been merged or accepted into the project.
Tracks the number of different companies or external organizations actively contributing to the project.
Evaluates the balance between contributions from external community members versus internal team members.
Counts the number of meetups or community events organized around the project.
Tracks the average number of commits made by each contributor, providing insights into individual contributor activity and engagement.
Measures the total number of individual contributors to an open source project.
Measures the average time issues remain open before being resolved.
Counts the number of pull requests that are open at any given time.
Measures the rate at which the project is being adopted by users or developers.
Measures the number of individuals or entities following the project through various channels.
Reflects the number of different open source projects to which the organization or community has contributed.
Counts the number of new open source projects initiated by the organization or community.
Calculates the average time taken to close or merge a pull request.
Tracks the total number of pull requests submitted to the project.
The total number of issues reported in the project.