SSE 2013 Agenda

09:00‑09:30 Registration
09:30‑09:50 Start, Welcome & Warm Up
09:50‑11:00 Software Socialness and User Involvement
  • (S) What Type of Thread Can Get Feedback in OSS User Mailing List?
    Akinori Ihara, Yuji Tsuda, and Kenichi Matsumoto
    (NAIST, Japan)
  • (P) Towards Collective Requirements Engineering
    Sami Jantunen, Kati Hietaranta, Joona Kokkola, Mika Savolainen, and Donald Gause
    (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland; Maestro, Finland; Binghamton University, USA)
  • (I) User Feedback in the AppStore: an Empirical Study (from RE’13)
    Walid Maalej
    (University of Hamburg, Germany)
11:00‑11:30 Coffee break
11:30‑13:00 Developer Collaboration
  • (I) Keynote: Social Software as Key Enabler of Collaborative Development Environments
    Filippo Lanubile
    (University of Bari, Italy)
  • (S) A New Perspective on the Socialness in Bug Triaging: A Case Study of the Eclipse Platform Project
    Masao Ohira and Hayato Yoshiyuki
    (Wakayama University, Japan)
    Preprint as PDF
  • (S) Why Is Collaboration Needed in OSS Projects? A Case Study of Eclipse Project
    Hironori Hayashi, Akinori Ihara, Akito Monden, and Kenichi Matsumoto
    (NAIST, Japan)
  • (S) Uncovering Critical Coordination Requirements through Content Analysis
    Kelly Blincoe, Giuseppe Valetto, and Daniela Damian
    (Drexel University, USA; University of Victoria, Canada)
    Preprint as PDF
13:00‑14:30 Lunch break
14:30‑16:00 Beyond Collaboration: Knowledge, Organization, and Trust
  • (S) Geo-Locating the Knowledge Transfer in StackOverflow
    Dennis Schenk and Mircea Lungu
    (University of Bern, Switzerland)
    Preprint as PDF
  • (F) Dynamic Networked Organizations for Software Engineering
    Damian Andrew Tamburri, Remco de Boer, Elisabetta Di Nitto, Patricia Lago, and Hans van Vliet
    (VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands; ArchiXL, Netherlands; Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
    Preprint as PDF
  • (S) Can Social Awareness Foster Trust Building in Global Software Teams?
    Fabio Calefato, Filippo Lanubile, and Francesco Sportelli
    (University of Bari, Italy)
    Preprint as PDF
16:00‑16:30 Coffee break
16:30‑17:30 Round Table Discussion
17:30‑18:00 Summary of discussion, feedback, and closing

P: Presentation (12 minutes talk + 8 minutes discussion)
S: Short Paper (12 minutes talk + 8 minutes discussion)
F: Full Paper (20 minutes talk + 10 minutes discussion)
I: Invited talk (20 minutes talk + 10 minutes discussion)