Conference Proceedings



  All papers listed can be cited as appearing in the Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Open Collaboration (WikiSym + OpenSym 2013). ACM, 2013. The official place to get the proceedings from is the ACM Digital Library.


FW Abstract Foreword, Table of Contents, Committees, Sponsors Dirk Riehle


A1 Full Paper Analyzing Multi-Dimensional Networks within MediaWikis Brian Keegan, Arber Ceni, Marc Smith
A2 Full Paper Design and Implementation of Wiki Content Transformations and Refactorings Hannes Dohrn, Dirk Riehle
A3 Full Paper Project talk: Coordination work and group membership in WikiProjects Jonathan T. Morgan, Michael Gilbert, David McDonald, Mark Zachry
A4 Full Paper Songrium: A Music Browsing Assistance Service Based on Visualization of Massive Open Collaboration Within Music Content Creation Community Masahiro Hamasaki, Masataka Goto
A5 Full Paper Managing Complexity: Strategies for group awareness and coordinated action in Wikipedia Michael Gilbert, Jonathan Morgan, David McDonald, Mark Zachry


B1 Full Paper When the Levee Breaks: Without Bots, What Happens to Wikipedia’s Quality Control R.Stuart Geiger and Aaron Halfaker
B2 Full Paper A History of Newswork on Wikipedia Brian Keegan
B3 Full Paper Tell Me More: An Actionable Quality Model for Wikipedia Morten Warncke-Wang, Dan Cosley and John Riedl
B4 Full Paper Getting to the Source: Where does Wikipedia Get Its Information From? Heather Ford, David R. Musicant, Shilad Sen, Nathaniel Miller
B5 Full Paper Revision graph extraction in Wikipedia based on supergram decomposition Jianmin Wu, Mizuho Iwaihara
B6 Full Paper The Illiterate Editor: Metadata-driven Revert Detection in Wikipedia Jeffrey Segall, Rachel Greenstadt
B7 Full Paper The role of conflict in determining consensus on quality in Wikipedia articles Kim Osman
B8 Full Paper Partial Automation for Human Tasks in a Collaborative System: The Case of Deletion in Wikipedia Bluma S. Gelley, Torsten Suel
B9 Short Paper Temporal Analysis of Activity Patterns of Editors in Collaborative Mapping Project of OpenStreetMap Taha Yasseri, Giovanni Quattrone, Afra Mashhadi
B10 Short Paper Wikipedia: A new media institution? Kim Osman


C1 Full Paper Security of Public Continuous Integration Services Volker Gruhn, Christoph Hannebauer, Christian John
C2 Full Paper Collaborative Development of Data Curation Profiles on a Wiki Platform: Experience from Free and Open Source Software Projects and Communities Sulayman K. Sowe, Koji Zettsu
C3 Full Paper A Case Study of the Collaborative Approaches to Sustain Open Source Business Models Shane Coughlan, Tetsuo Noda, Terutaka Tansho
C4 Full Paper The Empirical Commit Frequency Distribution of Open Source Projects Carsten Kolassa, Dirk Riehle, Michel Salim
C5 Full Paper User Evolvable Tools in the Web Jens Lincke, Robert Hirschfeld


D1 Full Paper Seamless Sharing in a Seemingly Divided World - A Glimpse of the Challenges Faced by Creative Commons Poorna Mysoor
D2 Full Paper Metadata Aggregation at - An Experience Report Florian Marienfeld, Ina Schieferdecker, Evanela Lapi, Nikolay Tcholtchev


E1 Poster Interest Classification of Twitter Users using Wikipedia Kwan Hui Lim, Amitava Datta
E2 Poster A Preliminary Study on the Effects of Barnstars on Wikipedia Editing Kwan Hui Lim, Amitava Datta and Michael Wise
E3 Poster A Graphical User Interface for SILK Data Link Discovery Framework Rina Singh, Jan Hidders, Feng Xia, Jialiang Kang


F1 Abstract Impact of Social Features Implemented in Open Collaboration Platforms on Volunteer Self-Organization: Case Study of Open Source Software Development Junghong Choi, Bruce Ferwerda, Jungpil Hahn, Jinwoo Kim, Jae Yun Moon
F2 Abstract How do Baidu Baike and Chinese Wikipedia filter contribution? A case study of network gatekeeping Han-Teng Liao
F3 Abstract How does localization influence online visibility of user-generated encyclopedias? A study on Chinese-language Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs) Han-Teng Liao
F4 Abstract Are Memory Institutions Ready for Open Data and Crowdsourcing? Results of a pilot survey from Switzerland Beat Estermann


G1 Doctoral Symposium Drawing the Big Picture: Analyzing FLOSS Collaboration with Temporal Social Network Analysis Amir Azarbakht
G2 Doctoral Symposium Cyberactivism and Nationalistic Communicative Actions of Publics: Framing and Agenda-Building over Wikipedia in International Disputes Laishan Tam
G3 Doctoral Symposium Wikipedia as a New Media Institution: Issues of Diversity, Regulation and Sustainability in an Open Encyclopedia Kim Osman
G4 Doctoral Symposium Wiki Development Environments Christoph Hannebauer
G5 Doctoral Symposium The Dynamics of Gatekeeping in Online Collaborative Systems Bluma S Gelley
G6 Doctoral Symposium The dual role of conflict in Free and Open Source Software development Anna Filippova


H1 Invited Talk The Era of Open Phil Bourne
H2 Invited Talk Lets raise kids up! Pockey Lam
H3 Invited Talk Descending Mount Everest: Steps towards applied Wikipedia research Dario Taraborelli
H4 Invited Talk Implementing open licensing in government open data initiatives: a survey of Australian government practice Anne Fitzgerald, Neale Hooper, John Cook


I1 Full Paper A triangulated investigation of using wikis for project-based learning in different undergraduate disciplines Edwin Chu, Michele Notari, Katherine Chen, Chi Keung Chan, Samuel Chu, Wendy Wu
I2 Full Paper Empowering formative assessment using embedded Web Widgets in Wikis Michele Notari, Sonja Schär, Martin Schellenberg, Samuel Kai Wah Chu
I3 Short Paper Involving users to increase their acceptance Angelika Mühlbauer, Kai Nissen


J1 Demo Data Twist: An experimental script family to twist Open Data into new shapes Shane Coughlan, Tetsuo Noda, Yasumichi Hanagata
J2 Demo The Basic Techniques in Text Mining using Open-source Tools Jun Iio
J3 Demo R-Tools: Mediawiki extension for full-scale statistical computing Juha Villman, Einari Happonen
J4 Demo Automated metrics for Wiki-based school assignments Oren Bochman


K1 Tutorial Video Co-creation in Collaborative Online Communities Andrew Lih