LibreCores.org lists free and open source "IP Cores" on the website for the community to view and use. Currently the website extracts the project readme and license and renders them on the project page, along with links to the project homepage and git repository.
A user browsing for cores on LibreCores will be interested to know the quality of the project’s code so as to determine how useful the project will be to them. A part of such information can be inferred from the project's source code repository and activity in issue trackers. Also, these metrics may be put to use in search ranking in the future.
In this project I worked on collecting and visualizing metrics about project quality of projects listed on LibreCores.org. These metrics include the frequency of code commits, activity in issue trackers, code quality, presence of documentation in code and contributors to the project.