IFIP Working Group 2.13
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IFIP Working Group 2.13
Conference & Workshops
11th International Conference on Open Source Systems, Florence, Italy, 16-17 May 2015
An insight into license tools for open source software systems
Sourcerer: An infrastructure for large-scale collection and analysis of open-source code
"Should we move to Stack Overflow?" Measuring the utility of social media for developer support
An empirically-based characterization and quantification of information seeking through mailing lists during open source developers’ software evolution
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