August 23rd to 25th

FULL PAPERS

Proceedings Front Matter CLICK HERE
Proceedings Code Title Author Name & Affiliation
A1 What do Wikidata and Wikipedia have in common? An analysis of their use of external references Alessandro Piscopo:University of Southampton;

Pavlos Vougiouklis:University of Southampton;

Lucie-Aimee Kaffee:University of Southampton;

Christopher Phethean:University of Southampton;

Jonathon Hare:University of Southampton;

Elena Simperl:University of Southampton

A2 On the Relationship between Newcomer Motivations and Contribution Barriers in Open Source Projects Christoph Hannebauer:Universitat Duisburg-Essen;

Volker Gruhn:Universitat Duisburg-Essen

A3 How are Open Source Practices Possible within a Medical Diagnostics Company? Developing and Testing a Maturity Model of Inner Source Implementation Remo Eckert:University of Bern;

Sathya Kay Meyer:University of Bern;

Matthias Stuermer:University of Bern

A4 An end-to-end learning solution for assessing quality of Wikipedia articles Quang-Vinh Dang:University de Lorraine

Claudia-Lavinia Ignat:INRIA

A5 Before the Sense of ‘We’: Identity Work as a Bridge from Mass Collaboration to Group Emergence Arto Lanamaki:Interact Research Unit, University of Oulu;

Juho Lindman:University of Gothenburg / Chalmers

A6 Opening up New Channels for Scholarly Review, Dissemination, and Assessment Edit Gorogh:University of Gottingen;

Michela Vignoli:Austrian Institute of Technology Vienna;

Eleni Toli:University of Athens;

Electra Sifacaki:University of Athens;

Peter Kraker:Know Center;Ilire

Hasani-Mavriqi:Know Center;

Stephan Gauch:German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW);

Daniela Luzi:Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche Rome;

Mappet Walker:Frontiers;

Clemens Blümel:German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies

(DZHW) & Humboldt University Berlin

A7 Everyday Creativity on a University Campus: Crafting a Challenge to Journey Beyond the Formal Sally McHugh:NUI Galway;

Fiona Concannon:NUI Galway;

Tony Hall:NUI Galway

A8 Implementing Federated Social Networking: Report from the Trenches Gabriel Dos Santos Silva:University of Brasilia;

Paulo Meirelles:LOSS Competence Center, University of San Paulo

Larissa Reis:Colivre;

Antonio Terceiro:Colivre;

Fabio Kon:FLOSS Competence Center, University of San Paulo

A9 On Licensing and Other Conditions for Contributing to Widely Used Open Source Projects: An Exploratory Analysis Jonas Gamalielsson:University of Skovde;

Bjorn Lundell:University of Skovde

A10 SMW Based VRE for Addressing Multi-Layered Data Analysis:The Use Case of Classroom Interaction Interpretation Cornelia Veja:German Institute for International Educational Research (DIPF);

Kendra Sticht:University of Munster;

Christoph Schindler:German Institute for International Educational Research (DIPF);

Helge Kminek:Goethe University Frankfurt

A11 Social Identity and Social Media Activities in Equity Crowdfunding Sean Nevin:University College Cork;

Rob Gleasure:University College Cork;

Philip O’Reilly:University College Cork;

Joseph Feller:University College Cork;

Shanping Li:Zhejiang University;

Jerry Cristoforo:State Street Corporation

A12 QueryShare: Working Together to Facilitate Exploratory Multimedia Searches without Skill in Creating Masahiro Hamasaki:National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology; Masataka Goto:National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
A13 Exploring the Application of Blockchain Technology to Combat the Effects of Social Loafing in Cross Functional Group Projects Kevin O’Leary:University College Cork;

Philip O’Reilly:University College Cork;

Joseph Feller:University College Cork;

Rob Gleasure:University College Cork;

Shanping Li:Zhejiang University;

Jerry Cristoforo:State Street Corporation

A14 A Glimpse into Babel: An Analysis of Multilingualism in Wikidata Lucie-Aimee Kaffee:University of Southampton;

Alessandro Piscopo:University of Southampton;

Pavlos Vougiouklis:University of Southampton;

Elena Simperl:University of Southampton;

Leslie Carr:University of Southampton;

Lydia Pintscher:Wikimedia Deutschlan

A15 The Lives and Deaths of Open Source Code Forges Megan Squire:Elon University
A16 Brazilian Public Software Portal: An Integrated Platform for Collaborative Development Paulo Meirelles:University of Brasilia;

Hilmer Rodrigues Neri:Universidade de Brasilia;

Antonio Terceiro:Colivre;

Melissa Wen:Colivre;

Rodrigo Siqueira:University of San Paulo;

Lucas Kanashiro:University of San Paulo

A17 Understanding Organization and Open Source Community Relations through the Attraction-Selection-Attrition Model Georg J.P.Link:University of Nebraska at Omaha;

Debora Jeske:University College Cork

A18 The Many Hats and the Broken Binoculars: State of the Practice in Developer Community Management Hanna Maenpaa:Helsinki University;

Fabian Fagerholm:Helsinki University;

Myriam Munezero:Helsinki University;

Tommi Mikkonen:Helsinki University

A19 Interpolating Quality Dynamics in Wikipedia and Demonstrating the Keilana Effect Aaron Halfaker:Wikimedia Foundation

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Companion Front Matter CLICK HERE
B1 Current and alternate approaches to personalization in online learning Debora Jeske:University College Cork;

Mammed Bagher:Edinburgh Napier University;

Nadia Pantidi:University College Cork

B2 An Author Network to Classify Open Online Discussions Mattias Mano:i3-Centre de Recherches en Gestion, Ecole Polytechnique;

Jean-Michel Dalle:University Pierre et Marie Curie;

Joanna Tomasik:Centrale Supelec

B3 How is Value Created within an Inner Source Environment? Noel Carroll:University of Limerick
B4 Open Peer Review CMS Support Oliver Zendel:Austrian Institute of Technology;

Matthias Schorghuber:Austrian Institute of Technology;

Michela Vignoli:Austrian Institute of Technology

B5 Managing Risk in Business Centric Crowdfunding Platforms Peter Stack:University College Cork;

Joe Feller:University College Cork;

Phil O’Reilly:University College Cork;

Rob Gleasure:University College Cork;

Shanping Li:Zhejiang University;

Jerry Cristoforo:State Street Corporation

B6 Stick or Twist: Balancing Blockchain Decentralisation and Miner Pooling David Sheehan:University College Cork;

Rob Gleasure:University College Cork;

Joe Feller:University College Cork;

Shanping Li:Zheijiang University;

Jerry Cristiforo:State Street

B8 Sharing Knowledge about Open Source Licenses at DLR Andreas Schreiber:German Aerospace Center;

Carina Haupt:German Aerospace Center

B9 When to Use Rewards in Charitable Crowdfunding Stephen Warren:University College Cork;

Rob Gleasure:University College Cork;

Philip O’Reilly:University College Cork;

Joseph Feller:University College Cork;

Shanping Li:Zheijang University;

Jerry Christoforo:State Street Corporation

 

INDUSTRY PRESENTATIONS

A1 The Classification, Challenge and Potential of Business Models by Using Open Data Tetsuo Noda:Shimane University;

Hiroki Fukushiro:Shimane University;

Akio Yoshida:Jawaharlal Nehru University;

Shane Coughlan:Opendawn

A2 Scenario Based Prototyping – When Open Source meets the Video Star Paidi O’Raghallaigh:INFANT Research Centre, UCC;

Frederic Adam; Cork University Business School, UCC

A3 Impacts of Openness on the Success of Information System Development Research Projects Stephen McCarthy:Cork University Business School,UCC;

Paidi O’Raghallaigh:INFANT Research Centre,UCC;

Ciara Fitzgerald:Cork University Business School,UCC;

Frederic Adam:Cork University Business School,UCC

A4 Using Swarming to Build Complex Dashboards Noelle Twomey:Dell;

Paidi O’Raghallaigh:Business Information Systems,UCC;

Tadhg Nagle:Cork University Business School,UCC;

David Sammon:Cork University Business School,UCC

A5 Crowdsourcing from the Community to Resolve Complex Service Requests Anthony O’Leary:VMWare;

Paidi O’Raghallaigh:Business Information Systems,UCC;

Tadhg Nagle:Cork University Business School,UCC;

David Sammon:Cork University Business School,UCC

DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM SUBMISSIONS

B1 The Value of Engaging with Open Source Communities Georg J.P. Link:University of Nebraska at Omaha
B2 Individual Work Behavior in Online labor markets: Temporality and Job Satisfaction Azka Umair:National University of Ireland Galway
B3 Peer Reviewed Government: Public Value for the People Ann O’Brien:National University of Ireland Galway
B4 It’s About Time: Applying Temporality to Software Development Teams Mairead O’Connor:Lero NUI Galway
B5 A Crowdsourcing Practices Framework for Science Funding Calls / Processes Eoin Cullina: Lero NUI Galway
B6 Reducing Knowledge Loss in Open Source Software Mehvish Rashid: Lero, DCU