OSS 2017 Program

  • Each Full paper will have 20 minutes for presentation (16+4 for questions)


Time May 22nd 2017
09:00 – 10:30 Session 1: Projects, Communication, and Participation

  • Assessing Code Authorship: The Case of the Linux Kernel. Guilherme Avelino, Leonardo Passos, André Hora and Marco Tulio Valente.
  • Relationship between FLOSS Foundations and FLOSS Projects: Investigating Multihoming. Juho Lindman and Imed Hammouda
  • Designing for participation: Three models for developer involvement in hybrid OSS projects. Hanna Mäenpää, Terhi Kilamo, Tommi Mikkonen and Tomi Männistö
  • Principled Evaluation of Strengths and Weaknesses in FLOSS Communities: A Systematic Mixed Methods Maturity Model Approach. Sandro Andrade and Filipe Saraiva
10:30 – 11:00 Cofee Break
11:00 – 12:30 Session 2: Keynote
Lessons from the Open Source Software Value Chain. Cedric Thomas (OW2)
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:00 Session 3: Posters and Tools

  • Measuring perceived trust in Open Source Software Communities. Mahbubul Syeed, Juho Lindman and Imed Hammouda
  • The Open Source Officer Role – description and experiences. Carl-Eric Mols and Krzysztof Wnuk
  • Digging into the Eclipse Marketplace. Jacob Krüger, Niklas Corr, Ivonne Schröter and Thomas Leich
  • Diploma in Free and Open-Source Software: Initial outcomes, lessons learned and future directions
    Mariano Reingart
  • Transpyler: Creating Localized Pythons
    Fabio Mendes, Paulo Meirelles
  • Mezuro: Understading source code metrics
    Dylan Guedes, Paulo Meirelles, Rafael Manzo, Diego Camarinha
  • Cloud Dependency Management: An efficient proposal
    Martín Agüero, Luciana Ballejos
  • Pushing Together: A platform for social participation
    Tallys Martins, Dylan Guedes, Luan Guimaraes, Ricardo Poppi, Henrique Parra, Paulo Meirelles
  • Kiskadee: ranking warnings based on continuous source code static analysis
    Athos Ribeiro, David Carlos Silva, Paulo Meirelles, Fabio Kon
  • Intelligent, community-driven requirements engineering (OPENREQ Finland)
    Hanna Mäenpää, Mikko Raatikainen, Juha Tiihonen, Tero Kojo, Tomi Männistö
15:00 – 15:30 Session 4a: Doctoral Consortium
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 – 18:00 Session 4b: Doctoral Consortium


Time May 23rd 2017
9:00 – 10:30 Session 5: Licensing, Strategies, and Practices

  • How Are Developers Treating License Inconsistency Issues? A Case Study on License Inconsistency Evolution in FOSS Projects. Yuhao Wu, Yuki Manabe, Daniel German and Katsuro Inoue
  • Addressing lock-in, interoperability, and long-term maintenance challenges through Open Source: How can companies strategically use Open Source?. Björn Lundell, Jonas Gamalielsson, Stefan Tengblad, Bahram Hooshyar Yousefi, Thomas Fischer, Gert Johansson, Bengt Rodung, Anders Mattsson, Johan Oppmark, Tomas Gustavsson, Jonas Feist, Stefan Landemoo and Erik Lonroth
  • Understanding the Effects of Practices in the KDE Ecosystem Health.
    Simone Da Silva Amorim, John Mcgregor, Eduardo Almeida and Christina Chavez
  • Challenges in Validating FLOSS Configuration. Markus Raab and Gergö Barany
10:30 – 11:00 Cofee Break
11:00 – 12:30 Session 6: Discussion Panel + OpenMic

  • Do we want to strengthen FLOSS research? Why? How to achieve it? Is it worth?
  • Open Mic (30 min)
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:30 Session 7: Case Studies

  • Progression and forecast of a curated Web-of-Trust: A study on the Debian project’s cryptographic keyring. Gunnar Eyal Wolf Iszaevich and Víctor Gerardo González Quiroga
  • Understanding When to Adopt a Library: A Case Study on ASF Projects.
    Akinori Ihara, Daiki Fujibayashi, Hirohiko Suwa, Raula Gaikovina Kula and Kenichi Matsumoto
  • Adoption of academic tools in open source communities: the Debian Case Study. Pietro Abate and Roberto Di Cosmo
  • Considering the Use of Walled Gardens for FLOSS Project Communication.
    Megan Squire
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 – 17:30 Session 8: Project Management, Development and Evaluation

  • Release early, release often and release on time. An empirical case study of release management. Jose Teixeira
  • Technical lag in software compilations: measuring how outdated a software deployment is. Jesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona, Paul Sherwood, Gregorio Robles and Daniel Izquierdo
  • OSSpal: Finding and Evaluating Open Source Software. Anthony Wasserman, Xianzheng Guo, Blake McMillian, Kai Qian, Ming-Yu Wei and Qian Xu
  • Developer-oriented Longitudinal Statistical Analysis of the Run-up to Forks in Free/Open Source Software Development Projects. Emerson Amirhosein Azarbakht and Carlos Jensen
17:30 Announcement of the Best Paper Award winners and WG 2.13 Business Meeting
20:00 Banquet dinner