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Towards content-driven reputation for collaborative code repositories

Andrew G. West, Insup Lee
2012 Proceedings of the Eighth Annual International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration - WikiSym '12  
The WikiTrust algorithm ("content-driven reputation"), while developed and evaluated in wiki environments operates under a possibly shared collaborative assumption: actions that "survive" subsequent edits  ...  The Wik-iTrust algorithm ("content-driven reputation"), while developed and evaluated in wiki environments operates under a possibly shared collaborative assumption: actions that "survive" subsequent edits  ...  Accommodating these differences we are optimistic our suggested refinements will permit the design a content-driven reputation model optimized for use in code repositories.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2462932.2462950 dblp:conf/wikis/WestL12 fatcat:rm6moahq4bdxbn4i3uabotjqpq

Learning and Activity Patterns in OSS Communities and their Impact on Software Quality

Antonio Cerone
2013 Electronic Communications of the EASST  
This paper presents a framework to identify and analyse learning and activity patterns that characterise participation and collaboration of individuals in Open Source Software (OSS) communities.  ...  That is, during this stage the project participants mainly access project repositories and exchange emails and post messages with the purpose of understanding contents without producing any code or reports  ...  then move towards the leading positions in the community [Tuo05] .  ... 
doi:10.14279/tuj.eceasst.48.803 dblp:journals/eceasst/Cerone11a fatcat:fpzbw3nhofayzptutqssgxnzdu

Diversity of Skills and Collective Intelligence in GitHub [article]

Dorota Celińska-Kopczyńska
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Users who differ from the owner of the repository report bugs, problems and ask for help more often than the similar ones.  ...  However, studies on team working and ability of the group to solve complex problems highlight that diversity plays a critical role during collaboration, allowing for the diffusion of information.  ...  ., due to the differences in coding experience). While both similarity and diversity play roles in collaboration, information flow and reputation lean towards diversity.  ... 
arXiv:2110.06725v1 fatcat:vfof7xbedjeaho22lgvghlinmu

Gathering GitHub OSS Requirements from Q A Community: an Empirical Study [article]

Hao Huang, Yao Lu, Xinjun Mao
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Cross-community collaboration can exploit the expertise and knowledges of crowds in different communities.  ...  In order to investigate this emerging crosscommunity collaboration phenomenon, the paper presents an exploratory study on cross-community requirements gathering of OSS projects in GitHub.  ...  The owner of the repository. COLLABORATOR Author has been invited to collaborate on the repository. MEMBER The member of the organization that owns the repository.  ... 
arXiv:2008.02485v1 fatcat:ih5h5bydqjcszdmmqsif2oke3q

Open-Source Trading Zones and Boundary Objects: Examining GitHub as a Space for Collaborating on "News"

Mario Haim, Rodrigo Zamith
2019 Media and Communication  
The analysis examines attributes of 88,776 news-oriented project repositories, with a smaller subsample subjected to a manual content analysis.  ...  ; that there was limited direct trade via the use of collaborative affordances on the platform; and that only a minority of repositories employed a permissive license favored by open-source advocates.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the editors of the thematic issue, the two anonymous reviewers, and the participants of the inaugural symposium on Media, Professions and Society in Volda, Norway, for  ... 
doi:10.17645/mac.v7i4.2249 fatcat:uzxk5m24l5grjkbprqj2dnej2q

Trends and Opportunities in Computer Science OER Development

Christo Dichev, Darina Dicheva, Gennady Agre, Galia Angelova
2015 Cybernetics and Information Technologies  
The aim is to raise the awareness and promote a practical transition process towards an adequate model that aligns the interests of all stakeholders.  ...  OSC (mostly CS graduates) give away ideas and a source code in return for status and reputation.  ...  Several authors suggested the social code-sharing network GitHub as a tool for managing the OER production process. The idea is to use GitHub with open educational content as the "code" to share.  ... 
doi:10.1515/cait-2015-0045 fatcat:jg2wjuxmbrap5lpocryomxgot4

Motives and tensions in the release of open educational resources: The UKOER program

Isobel Falconer, Allison Littlejohn, Lou McGill, Helen Beetham
2016 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
However, while the existence of an institutional repository might be a technological driver for open content release, it did not always support reputation, efficiency and pedagogic enhancement motives.  ...  In doing so it implicitly steered projects towards the type of resource identified by the OECD (2007) as "learning content", in other words, full courses, courseware, content modules, learning objects  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.2258 fatcat:yqyvmdmqprh7rflgte453jvkpa

Don's Conference Notes- Creating Strategic Solutions in a Technology-Driven Marketplace: The 61st Annual NFAIS Conference

Donald T. Hawkins
2021 Against the Grain  
Code Ocean has also developed a workflow for peer review.  ...  Incentives for engagement must align with certification and reputation. Many researchers feel that they receive too little credit for their peer reviewing activities.  ...  The environment can be shared or published on Code Ocean's public repository and used by anyone globally. Code Ocean is deeply committed to reproducibility.  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.8377 fatcat:pvufzexfi5efvp7wcpwrd7o2aa

Understanding How GitHub Supports Curation Repositories

Yu Wu, Jessica Kropczynski, Raquel Prates, John Carroll
2018 Future Internet  
However, GitHub, as a social coding platform, presents a new context for this activity, raising questions about the nature of curation on this task-driven online work site.  ...  To explore and understand curation on GitHub, we compared and contrasted curation repositories with software repositories using activity logs and analyzed the content of popular curation repositories.  ...  Introduction GitHub is an online service for source code hosting and software project collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi10030029 fatcat:vucxftnp7rffxp7jecop6rggja

Incentives and integration in scientific software production

James Howison, James D. Herbsleb
2013 Proceedings of the 2013 conference on Computer supported cooperative work - CSCW '13  
We argue that this is because integration makes it harder to see who has contributed what and thereby undermines the ability of reputation to function as a reward for collaboration.  ...  Science policy makers are looking for approaches to increase the extent of collaboration in the production of scientific software, looking to open collaborations in open source software for inspiration  ...  infrastructure driven by open peer production.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2441776.2441828 dblp:conf/cscw/HowisonH13 fatcat:uxdpxml6tbfe7jexib5lxta3zi

Mutual assessment in the social programmer ecosystem

Leif Singer, Fernando Figueira Filho, Brendan Cleary, Christoph Treude, Margaret-Anne Storey, Kurt Schneider
2013 Proceedings of the 2013 conference on Computer supported cooperative work - CSCW '13  
They value passion for software development, new technologies, and learning.  ...  This mutual assessment is changing how software engineers collaborate and how they advance their skills.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Vanessa Ramos of Masterbranch and Matthew Deiters of Coderwall for their support in conducting this re-  ... 
doi:10.1145/2441776.2441791 dblp:conf/cscw/SingerFCTSS13 fatcat:vnlh62lyhnb5hpggauypjyds5i

Leveraging social context for searching social media

Marc Smith, Vladimir Barash, Lise Getoor, Hady W. Lauw
2008 Proceeding of the 2008 ACM workshop on Search in social media - SSM '08  
Social content search is often driven by a desire to find people similar to the user or different in complementary ways.  ...  The system can model connections between users with similar interests or behaviors providing guidance about which content is deserving of their trust, and which authors have gained reputations for different  ... 
doi:10.1145/1458583.1458602 dblp:conf/cikm/SmithBGL08 fatcat:vtcer5466vaffnyaz3fyqfep7e

Research Software Discovery: Challenges, Risks and Opportunities

Alexander Struck
2018 Zenodo  
The diverse code discovery landscape is mapped and agents with their business models identified. Examples for discovery tools and strategies are given to support the classification.  ...  Reproducibility of research and reuse of code may improve if software discovery was easier.  ...  Steps towards easing evaluation are taken by e. g. platforms offering executable environments. Attempts to register and index software repositories (resp.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1310046 fatcat:2xogrhb7czarxorjvki3cqhr4y

Rebooting science? Implications of science 2.0 main trends for scientific method and research institutions

Katarzyna Szkuta, David Osimo
2016 Foresight  
Yet, this change towards demand-driven science based on bottom-up funding and citizen-researcher collaboration may strongly privilege applied science with foreseeable applications and be driven by particular  ...  In recent years, these, by and large, ICT-enabled changes have accelerated towards greater openness, greater collaboration, and greater adoption of data-driven approaches.  ... 
doi:10.1108/fs-06-2014-0040 fatcat:6hqx3amii5f5jpbabcn57rcsji

Programming the Postdigital: Curation of Appropriation Processes in (Collaborative) Creative Coding Spaces

Judith Ackermann, Benjamin Egger, Rebecca Scharlach
2019 Postdigital Science and Education  
It shows how crucial the varying designs of the learning ecologies and the implemented interaction possibilities are for the appropriation activities taking place and draws a line to the desire for stronger  ...  Creative coding is a form of postdigital art that uses programming to solve esthetical problems, subordinating functionality to expression.  ...  Creative coding opens up programming from just writing code towards an artistic activity that includes code.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42438-019-00088-1 fatcat:x6crli2agzeflmd62kjxjndx5q
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