Software Quality Baseline

A set of quality baseline criteria for software based on good practices aiming at improving software quality.

The purpose of this result is enhancing the visibility, accessibility and distribution of the produced source code through the alignment to the Open Source principles. Promote code style standards to deliver good quality source code emphasizing its readability and reusability. Improve the quality and reliability of software by covering different testing methods at development and pre-production stages. change-based driven scenario where all new updates in the source code are continuously validated. Lower the barriers of software adoption by delivering quality documentation and the utilization of automated deployment solutions. Encourage secure coding practices and adoption of security analysis tools.

The software baseline was initially developed by the INDIGO-DC consortium, and is being further developed by EOSC-Synergy. Licensed under a CC-BY SA 4.0.