Open Source Software Assessment Methodologies - Comparison - Comparison Chart

Comparison Chart

Criteria OSMM Capgemini OSMM Navica QSOS OpenBRR OMM
Seniority 2003 2004 2004 2005 2008
Original authors/sponsors Capgemini Navicasoft Atos Origin Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley, SpikeSource, O'Reilly, Intel QualiPSo project, EU commission
License Non-free license, but authorised distribution Assessment models licensed under the Academic Free License Methodology and assessments results licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License Assessments results licensed under a Creative Commons license Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License
Assessment model Practical Practical Practical Scientific Scientific
Detail levels 2 axes on 2 levels 3 levels 3 levels or more (functional grids) 2 levels 3 levels
Predefined criteria Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Technical/functional criteria No No Yes Yes Yes
Scoring model Flexible Flexible Strict Flexible Flexible
Scoring scale by criterion 1 to 5 1 to 10 0 to 2 1 to 5 1 to 4
Iterative process No No Yes Yes Yes
Criteria weighting Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Comparison Yes No Yes No No

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