Accepted Papers

AuthorsPaper Title
Gustavo Pinto, Igor Steinmacher and Marco GerosaLeaving Behind the Software History When Transitioning to Open Source: Reasons and Implications
Apostolos Kritikos and Ioannis StamelosOpen Source Software Resilience Framework
Kuljit Kaur Chahal, Munish SainiDeveloper Dynamics and Syntactic Quality of Commit Messages in OSS Projects
Nikolay Harutyunyan, Andreas Bauer, Dirk RiehleUnderstanding Industry Requirements for FLOSS Governance Tools
Melissa Wen, Paulo Meirelles, Rodrigo Siqueira and Fabio KonFLOSS Project Management in Government-Academia Collaboration
Ioannis Routis, Anargyros Tsadimas, Mara NikolaidouBuilding a social platform using FLOSS to support collaborative communities: the ReWeee case study
Kyriakos-Ioannis D. Kyriakou, Nikolaos D. Tselikas and Georgia M. KapitsakiImproving C/C++ Open Source Software discoverability by utilizing Rust and Node.js ecosystems
Alessandro Caetano, Leonardo Leite, Paulo Meirelles, Hilmer Neri, Fabio Kon, and Guilherme Horta TravassosUsing PageRank to reveal relevant issues to support decision-making on open source projects
Elia Kouzari, Lazaros Sotiriadis, Ioannis StamelosProcess mining for process conformance checking in an OSS project: An empirical research
Athos Ribeiro, Paulo Meirelles, Nelson Lago, Fabio KonRanking source code static analysis warnings for continuous monitoring of FLOSS repositories
Joseph WilliamsCreating and Integrating a FLOSS Product into UK Law Enforcement
Stavros Koloniaris , George Kousiouris and Mara NikolaidouPossibilities of use of Free and Open Source software in the Greek local authorities
M. Vafopoulos, S. Rallis, I. Anagnostopoulos, V. Peristeras, D. Negkas, I. Skaros, A. TzaniMining and linking open economic data from governmental communities
Remo EckertHow can OSS Projects be compared with Organizations?
Patricija Ilin, Dimitrios Platis and Imed HammoudaInsights into the trilateral relationship of crowdfunding campaigns, open source and communities
Denis DorotenkoLegal audit and source code disclosure. Yet another experience