Project Health

  • 3 maintainers
  • PRs continuously submitted and merged
  • 2 Mentorship projects accepted and currently in progress
  • Questions on Discord and on Github regularly answered
  • Switched to monthly contributor calls (discussion happens mostly on Discord as needed)

Required Information

  1. Have you switched from master to main in all your repos? → Yes
  2. Have you implemented the Common Repository Structure in all your repos? → Yes
  3. Has your project implemented these inclusive language changes listed below to your repo? You can optionally use the DCI Lint tool to make this a recurring action on your repo. → Yes (only remnants in the changelog and third-party configurations/references)
    1. master → main
    2. slave → replicas
    3. blacklist → denylist
    4. whitelist → allowlist
  4. Have you added an Inclusive Language Statement to your project's documentation and/or Wiki pages? → Yes (

Questions/Issues for the TSC

Not at this time.


v0.5.0 (at 2022.05.19.), plus continuous publishing of unstable releases after every merged PR:

Overall Activity in the Past Quarter

List of merged PRs (16):

Summary of activities:

  • Optimise github action pipelines (caliper and caliper-benchmarks) to improve time to verify and merge and also substantially reduce resources used and thus reduce overall power consumption
  • Improve github action pipelines: code coverage reports
  • Increase robustness of Prometheus integration
  • vscode extension (Attila to provide more detail)
  • Other bug and documentation fixes

Current Plans

  • Efforts will be focused mainly on the proper execution of mentorship projects.
  • Overview and decrease the issue backlog.
  • Preliminary design of architectural changes (as part of striving towards v1)

Maintainer Diversity

Current maintainers

Contributor Diversity

Contributions from maintainers, Francesco Vlacancich, and current project mentees Eravatee Raje and Rinish Sam.

Additional Information


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1 Comment

  1. Dave Kelsey – If the Caliper team is interested in finding more contributors to help out with the project, we're happy to support you with that.  There are a lot of ways we can share with the community about what Caliper is and how people can get involved.  When we've done this for other projects and labs it does bring more people into the those community channels.  For reference, I reviewed the meetups we've done and just see one meetup in the last three years that had information about Caliper in it so I think we're in a situation where many people who might be interested in this project just haven't heard about it.