CHAOSS GMDWG panels for Code Development

Read Sigils & Symbols: Personal Sigils from the story Witches' Grimoire by wolfbit1232 with 2,617 reads. Runes, oils, witchcraft. The term sigil derives from the Latin sigillum, meaning 'seal'. In medieval ceremonial magic, the term sigil was commonly used to refer to occult signs which represented various angels and demons which the witch might summon. The magical training books called grimoires often listed pages of such sigils. A particularly well-known list is in The Lesser Key of Solomon, in which the sigils of the. Protective Sigil (to keep your grimoire out of sight of prying eyes) CORE CONCEPTS Meditation Intent Visualisation Manifestation Cleansing Charging Grounding and Centering Protection Banishment Warding Magickal Tools - list and uses (wands, sigils, etc).

Grimoire Sigils
  • Lines of Code Changed: panel focused on the number of lines of code changed.
  • Maintainer Response to Merge Request Duration.: panel focused on the time to response after a pull request took place.
  • Pull request merge duration: This panel focuses on pull requests merge duration, defined by the time between code merge request and code commit.
  • Pull Requests Merged: panel focused on the number of Pull Requests merged.

Grimoire Verum Sigils

GrimoireLab Sigils Panels

  • Affiliations: dashboard focused on manage people affiliations.
  • Bugzilla Backlog: focused on pending (open) bugs.
  • Bugzilla Timing: metrics focused on how long issues remain open.
  • Bugzilla: activity and metrics focused on Issues.
  • CoCom: metrics focused on source code analysis
  • CoLic: metrics focused on license analysis
  • Community Structure by Organization: view of a community grouping contributors by their activity, split by organizations.
  • Community Structure by Project: view of a community grouping contributors by their activity, split by projects.
  • Contributors Growth: panel focused on the growth of the community in all of the data sources
  • Data Status: data freshness information.
  • Demographics: attraction and retention of contributors.
  • Discourse Devrel: DevRel related metrics for Discourse.
  • Docker: Smells and dependencies from Dockerfiles.
  • Efficiency: Timing overview: this panel focuses on time to first attention and time to close tickets.
  • Engagement: Contributions overview: panel focused on engagement in terms of contributions.
  • Gerrit Approvals: metrics focused on Gerrit approvals.
  • Gerrit Efficiency: efficiency closing changesets in Gerrit.
  • Gerrit Retention of Newcomers: metrics focused on retention of Gerrit newcomers.
  • Gerrit: metrics focused on Gerrit changesets.
  • Git Demographics: attraction and retention of developers specifically for Git.
  • Git: metrics focused on Git commits.
  • GitHub closed events: metrics focused on the GitHub closed events.
  • GitHub Issues Backlog: focused on pending (open) tasks.
  • GitHub Issues Comments and Collaboration: activity and collaboration among people on GitHub issues.
  • GitHub Issues Comments Feelings: sentiment and emotions among people on GitHub issues.
  • GitHub Issues Efficiency: efficiency closing issues on GitHub.
  • GitHub Issues Timing: metrics focused on how long issues remain open.
  • GitHub Issues: activity and community metrics focused on Issues.
  • GitHub Events - LabelEvents: metrics focused on the GitHub labeled/unlabeled events.
  • GitHub Pull Requests Comments and Collaboration: activity and collaboration among people on GitHub pull requests.
  • GitHub Pull Requests Backlog: focused on pending (open) tasks.
  • GitHub Pull Requests Efficiency: efficiency closing Pull Requests.
  • GitHub Pull Requests Timing: metrics focused on how long pull requests remain open.
  • GitHub Pull Requests: activity and community metrics focused on Pull Requests.
  • GitHub Repositories: metrics focused on repositories popularity.
  • GitHub Devrel: DevRel related metrics for GitHub.
  • GitLab Issues Efficiency: efficiency closing issues on GitLab.
  • GitLab Merge Requests Efficiency: efficiency solving (merging or closing) MRs on GitLab.
  • Gitter: metrics focused on Gitter messages.
  • Jenkins Job Categories: results of Jenkins job executions by category.
  • Jenkins Jobs: Information about Jenkins Jobs
  • Jenkins Nodes: Information about Jenkins Nodes
  • Jenkins: Information about Jenkins data
  • Jira Backlog: focused on pending (open) issues.
  • Jira Timing: metrics focused on how long issues remain open..
  • Jira: metrics focused on Jira issues.
  • Lifecycle: Level of activity in git repositories
  • Maniphest Timing: metrics focused on how long tickets/bugs remain open..
  • Mediawiki: contains metrics focused on reviews, including editions, revisions and editors.
  • Organization Tracking Overview: track organization activity to code compared to the rest of the data sources.
  • Organizational Diversity by domains: panel focused on organizational diversity for contributions and contributors specifying the domains information.
  • Organizational Diversity: panel focused on organizational diversity for contributions and contributors
  • Overall Community Structure: overall view of a community grouping contributors by their activity.
  • Overview: summary of basic metrics on all analyzed sources.
  • Slack Devrel: DevRel related metrics for Slack.
  • Weblate Demographics: attraction and retention of contributors.
  • Weblate Overview: Weblate overview panel focused on contributors

Grimoire Sigils

Simple sigils, sometimes referred to as character sigils, are symbols that represent a word or short phrase. Being structural in their design, they tend to be relatively easy to transcribe. This makes them suitable for writing as part of a spell, etching into candles, or engraving into talismans.

Whether to use the sigil square or the sigil wheel is largely determined by how the resulting symbol will be used. The sigil square produces smaller, more compact symbols and can also be used when dealing with numbers. These smaller sigils are ideal for candles or talismans. The sigil wheel generates larger, more extensive symbols that work well in written spells.


Transitions

Connectors are used in the creation of a sigil that overlays either the magick square or the witch’s wheel. The sigil begins by placing the originator over the first letter, then extending a line moving in the direction of the next letter. The transition through the letter is based on the context, such as mid-syllable or between syllables. Finally, the end of the sigil is marked with a terminator.

The connectors illustrated above are merely recommendations. The connectors used should be relevant to the construction of the sigil.

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