Hello everyone: My name is Pintomatic working on FOSCO Executive Dashboard.

Gabriele Trombini g.trombini at gmail.com
Wed Mar 25 17:44:14 UTC 2015

In data mercoledì 25 marzo 2015 16:53:00, Cesar Pinto ha scritto:
> I am Pintomatic, aka. Cesar Pinto, working with Red Hat in Business
> Development and excited to contribute to the Fedora project on this
> capacity.
> I´ve been involved with EMEA Ambassadors and also on the FOSCO 
initiative ,
> Interested to become work on putting together a dashboard of 
> metrics to support project leadership and inform decision making, I
> heard of some interesting initiatives on progress already (
> http://thisweekinfedora.org/), would be great to connect with the 
team and
> see how we could work together.
> There is an initiative in question to create an executive dashboard 
to be
> used by FOSCO and to be distributed project-wide to the leadership, 
> aggregating information from various places and presenting it in a 
> manner. If some of you are working on this area and can offer some 
> or would like to connect with me for this strategic project that would 
> great.
> Why FOSCO wants to create an Executive Dashboard?
> Visibility: FOSCO Executive Dashboard gives the project great 
> and insight. We could inform the project leaders exactly what’s going 
on in
> key aspects of the project which will allows for better focus and 
> allocation.
> Ongoing Improvements: We have all heard it “if you can’t measure 
it, you
> can’t improve it.” The FOSCO Executive Dashboard will allow us to 
> performance throughout the project and thus improve it.
> Performance Against Plan: Making sure the overall project is 
performing to
> a commonly agreed set of expectations is a key priority. The FOSCO
> Executive Dashboard could do just that. In theory, we could show 
how we are
> performing against our commonly agreed goals from the agreed 
plans versus
> our actual, real-time results.
> Contributor-Level Performance Improvements: When contributors 
know their
> performance is being visible in a dashboard, and can see their 
> they innately start to improve their work.
> 2 things
> I am
>  seeking input / support
> - Choosing what metrics to track.
> - Building the dashboard.
> If anyone would like to connect with me to discuss how to get 
started on
> this. that would be most helpful.
> Thanks for support!
>  César Pinto

Hello Cesar,

welcome on board :-)

statistics are strategic for marketing policies, we should check which of 
them are useful for us.

Starting with a couple of them to targeting the best efforts would be 


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