First results from an investigation into the validity of developer reputation derived from wiki articles and source code
|First results from an investigation into the validity of developer reputation derived from wiki articles and source code|
|Author(s)||Prause C.R., Eisenhauer M.|
|Published in||2012 5th International Workshop on Co-operative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering, CHASE 2012 - Proceedings|
|Keyword(s)||quality, reputation, source code, validation, wiki (Extra: Internal quality, Open source projects, reputation, Reputation systems, Source codes, Time pressures, validation, wiki, Workgroups, Image quality, Software engineering, Computer programming languages)|
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First results from an investigation into the validity of developer reputation derived from wiki articles and source code is a 2012 conference paper written in English by Prause C.R., Eisenhauer M. and published in 2012 5th International Workshop on Co-operative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering, CHASE 2012 - Proceedings.
The internal quality of software is often neglected by developers for various reasons like time pressure or a general dislike for certain activities. Yet internal quality is important to speed up development and to keep software maintainable. We present a way to use reputation systems to improve the internal quality of software by putting artifacts like wiki articles and source code under their control. Specifically, we show that reputation scores derived from such artifacts reflect actual reputation in the developer community using data from a work group wiki and an open source project.
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