Proceedings of OpenSym 2019

Proceedings Front Matter


Proceedings CodeTitleAuthor Name & Affiliation
A1Getting Started With Open Source Governance and Compliance in CompaniesNikolay Harutyunyan (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg), Dirk Riehle (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg)
A2Predicting Open Source Programming Language Repository File Survivability From Forking DataBee Bee Chua (University of Technology Sydney), Ying Zhang (University of Technology Sydney)
A3FLOSS FAQ Chatbot Project Reuse – How to Allow Nonexperts to Develop a ChatbotArthur R. T. de Lacerda (University of Brasilia), Carla Silva Rocha Aguiar (University of Brasilia)
A4Continuous Assessment in Software Engineering Project Course Using Publicly Available Data From GitHubHenrik Gustavsson (University of Skövde), Marcus Brohede (University of Skövde)
A5Ranking Warnings From Multiple Source Code Static Analyzers via Ensemble LearningAthos Ribeiro (University of São Paulo), Paulo Meirelles (Federal University of São Paulo), Nelson Lago (University of São Paulo), Fabio Kon (University of São Paulo)
A6Analyzing Rich-Club Behavior in Open Source ProjectsMattia Gasparini (Politecnico di Milano), Javier Luis Canovas Izquierdo (Universtat Oberto de Catalunya), Robert Clariso (Universtat Oberto de Catalunya), Marco Brambilla (Politecnico di Milano), Jordi Cabot (ICREA-UOC)
A7Using Context Based MicroTraining to Develop OER for the Benefi t of AllJoakim Kävrestad (University of Skövde), Marcus Nohlberg (University of Skövde)
A8Open Data Policy Development: How Can Municipalities Take Account of Residents’ Perspectives?Anneke Zuiderwijk (Delft University of Technology), Martine Romer (Delft University of Technology), Maarten Kroesen (Delft University of Technology)
A9Bringing Open Data into Danish Schools and its Potential Impact on School PupilsMubashrah Saddiqa (Aalborg University), Lise Rasmussen (Aalborg University), Rikke Magnussen (Aalborg University), Birger Larsen (Aalborg University), Jens Myrup Pedersen (Aalborg University)
A10Reducing Procrastination While Improving Performance: A Wiki-powered Experiment With StudentsAntonio Balderas (University of Cadiz), Andrea Capiluppi (Brunel University), Manuel Palomo-Duarte (University of Cadiz), Alessio Malizia (University of Herfordshire), Juan Manuel Dodero (University of Cadiz)
A11Visualization of the Evolution of Collaboration and Communication Networks in WikisYoussef El Faqir (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Javier Arroyo (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Abel Serrano (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
A12Do You Have a Source for That? Understanding the Challenges of Collaborative Evidence-based JournalismSheila O’Riordan (University College Cork), Gaye Kiely (University College Cork), Bill Emerson (University College Cork), Joseph Feller (University College Cork)
A13Article Quality Classi cation on Wikipedia: Introducing Document Embeddings and Content FeaturesManuel Schmidt (University of Innsbruck), Eva Zangerle (University of Innsbruck)
A14Dwelling on Wikipedia: Investigating Time Spent by Global Encyclopedia ReadersNathan TeBlunthuis (Wikimedia Foundation), Tilman Bayer (Wikimedia Foundation), Olga Vasileva (Wikimedia Foundation)
A15Approving Automation: Analyzing Requests for Permissions of Bots in WikidataMariam Farda-Sarbas (Freie Universitat Berlin), Hong Zhu (Freie Universität Berlin), Marisa Nest (Freie Universität Berlin), Claudia Muller-Birn (Freie Universität Berlin)
A16When Humans and Machines Collaborate: Cross-lingual Label Editing in WikidataLucie-Aimée Ka ffee (University of Southampton and TIB Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology), Kemele M Endris (TIB Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology), Elena Simperl (University of Southampton)
A17What We Talk About When We Talk About Wikidata Quality: A Literature SurveyAlessandro Piscopo (University of Southampton), Elena Simperl (University of Southampton)


Proceedings CodeTitleAuthor Name & Affiliation
B1 The Classi cation and Potential of Business Archetypes by Using Open DataRun Duan (Guangdong University of Technology), Tetsuo Noda (Shimane University)
B2Open Data Collaborations – A Snapshot of an Emerging PracticeThomas Olsson (RISE Research Institutes of Sweden), Per Runeson (Lund University)
B3Sentiment Analysis of Open Source Communities: An Exploratory StudyJennifer Ferreira (National University of Ireland, Galway), Michael Glynn (Intel Shannon), David Hunt (Intel Shannon), Jaganath Babu (National University of Ireland, Galway), Denis Dennehy (National University of Ireland, Galway), Kieran Conboy (National University of Ireland, Galway)
B4Sentiment Analysis of Open Source Software Community Mailing List: A Preliminary AnalysisJumoke Abass Alesinloye (National University of Ireland, Galway), Eoin Groarke (National University of Ireland, Galway), Jaganath Babu (National University of Ireland, Galway), Subathra Srinivasan (National University of Ireland, Galway), Greg Curran (Intel Shannon), Denis Dennehy (National University of Ireland, Galway)