Are you researching in the area of mining software repositories or analyzing data about software development?
Consider joining the GrimoireLab MSR Virtual Hackathon. You will receive training & assistance on how to use GrimoireLab, discussion of your research project, short paper and hopefully a new tool in your toolbox.
The Mining Software Repositories (MSR) conference is the premier conference for data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence in software engineering.
More information: Mining Software Repositories Conference - 2022
The aim of this project is to provide an open source toolkit for:
Source Code Management
Git, Baazar(*), Mercurial(*) (* by exporting to git)
Issues / Tasks Management
Bugzilla, GitHub Issues (including comments), GitHub project boards events(*), GitLab Issues, JIRA, Launchpad(*), Phabricator Maniphest, Pagure(*), Redmine (* only data gathering and enrichment)
Source Code Review
Gerrit, GitHub Pull Requests (including comments), GitLab Merge Requests
Mailing lists / Forums
Askbot, Discourse, Gmane, Groups.io, Hyperkitty, mbox files, NNTP, Pipermail, Stack Exchange (and Stack Overflow)
Gitter, IRC (Supybot), Mattermost, Slack, Telegram
DockerHub, GitHub repository stats (stars, watchers, forks), Google hits, RSS, Twitter
The platform provides the following components:
Sir Perceval goes on the quest to retrieve and gather data from git, GitHub, Bugzilla, JIRA, Gerrit, mbox, pipermail, StackExchange, Discourse, etc.
Graal leverages on the Git backend of Perceval and enhances it to set up ad-hoc source code analysis. Thus, it fetches the commits from a Git repository and provides a mechanism to plug third party tools/libraries focused on source code analysis.
King Arthur commands his loyal knight Sir Perceval mananging the tasks to retrieve data for analysis. It manages data incremental update, parallel downloading, etc.
Playground for testing the whole set of tools as a platform for software development analytics. It's is a prototype of the Grimoire Open Development Analytics platform.
Ceres is a library that aims at dealing with data in general, and software development data in particular. The initial goal of Ceres is to parse information in several ways from the Perceval tool in the GrimoireLab project.
Tool to manage people identities information, to merge multiple person identities across different data sources, enrich profile information with affiliation information, etc.
Hatstall is a web interface for SortingHat databases developed mainly with Django.
Kidash is a tool for managing Kibana-related dashboards from the command line. The standard GrimoireLab dashboards are available in the Sigils repository.
Automatic generation of reports from the enriched indexes with items from Perceval data sources (git commits, github pull requests, bugzilla bugs ...) enriched using GrimoireELK.
Docker container to help you deploying the Grimoire Lab using a set of configuration files.
GrimoireLab is an evolution of the work done during +10 years by Bitergia, LibreSoft URJC research group and several contributors in Metrics Grimoire, VizGrimorie and GrimoireLib projects, to provide Open Development Analytics.
Since September 2017, GrimoireLab is part of The Linux Foundation CHAOSS Software community as one of the founding projects.
We truly ♥ free, libre, open source software and the power of the Community, so these set of tools are and always will be free, open source software. Feel free to contribute!