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An empirical study of security culture in open source software communities
Proceedings of the 2019 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining
Open source software (OSS) is a core part of virtually all software applications today. Due to the rapidly growing impact of OSS on society and the economy, the security aspect has attracted researchers' attention to investigate this distinctive phenomenon. Traditionally, research on OSS security has often focus on technical aspects of software development. We argue that these aspects are important, however, technical security practice considering different social aspects of OSS developmentdoi:10.1145/3341161.3343520 dblp:conf/asunam/WenKK19 fatcat:os4tq6js2vfyxei7abvjlf5yta