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6th International Workshop on Social Software Engineering (SSE), November 17, 2014, Hong Kong, China

SSE 2014 – Proceedings

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6th International Workshop on Social Software Engineering (SSE)


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Mon, Nov 17, 11:00 - 12:20, Hall 7

Can Collaborative Tagging Improve User Feedback? A Case Study
Rana Alkadhi, Dennis Pagano, and Bernd Bruegge
(TU München, Germany; King Saud University, Saudi Arabia)
Supporting Collaboration of Heterogeneous Teams in an Augmented Team Room
Markus Kleffmann, Matthias Book, and Volker Gruhn ORCID logo
(University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)

Human Factors
Mon, Nov 17, 14:00 - 15:30, Hall 7

Eliciting and Visualising Trust Expectations using Persona Trust Characteristics and Goal Models
Shamal Faily and Ivan Fléchais
(Bournemouth University, UK; University of Oxford, UK)
One Size Doesn't Fit All: Diversifying "The User" using Personas and Emotional Scenarios
Antonio A. Lopez-Lorca, Tim Miller, Sonja Pedell, Antonette Mendoza, Alen Keirnan, and Leon Sterling
(Swinburne University of Technology, Australia; University of Melbourne, Australia)
Towards Discovering the Role of Emotions in Stack Overflow
Nicole Novielli, Fabio Calefato, and Filippo Lanubile
(University of Bari, Italy)

Empirical Studies
Mon, Nov 17, 16:00 - 17:00, Hall 7

An Empirical Investigation of Socio-technical Code Review Metrics and Security Vulnerabilities
Andrew Meneely, Alberto C. Rodriguez Tejeda, Brian Spates, Shannon Trudeau, Danielle Neuberger, Katherine Whitlock, Christopher Ketant, and Kayla Davis
(Rochester Institute of Technology, USA)
Developer Involvement Considered Harmful?: An Empirical Examination of Android Bug Resolution Times
Subhajit Datta, Proshanta Sarkar, and Subhashis Majumder
(Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore; Heritage Institute of Technology, India)

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