IFIP Working Group 2.13
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Continuous integration in a social-coding world: Empirical evidence from GitHub
Gendered Patterns of Politeness in Free/Libre Open Source Software Development
The Mysteries of Open Source Software: Black and White and Red All Over?
Using Pig as a data preparation language for large-scale mining software repositories studies: An experience report
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social network analysis
open source software
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