Where do open source requirements come from (and what shold we do about it (2002)

by Bart Massey
Venue:In 2nd Workshop on Open Source Software Engineering. ICSE
Citations:5 - 1 self

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6 Why OSS Folks Think SE Folks Are Clue-Impaired – Bart Massey - 2003
Search--Based Techniques for Optimizing Software – Project Resource Allocation
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27 A view of 20th and 21st century software engineering – Barry Boehm - 2006
2 Applying the lessons of extreme Programming – Pete Mcbreen - 2000
2 Quality Improvement in Volunteer Free and Open Source Software Projects – Exploring the Impact of Release Management – Martin Michlmayr, Martin Michlmayr - 2007
17 How to Have A Successful Free Software Project – Anthony Senyard, Martin Michlmayr - 2004
1 Using XP to develop a CRM framework – Hubert Baumeister - 2002
1 Applying Test-First Programming and Iterative Development in Building an E-Business Application – Hubert Baumeister, Martin Wirsing - 2002
11 On the Economic Evaluation of XP Projects – Matthias M. Müller, Frank Padberg - 2003
10 Analyzing the cost and benefit of pair programming – Frank Padberg, Matthias M. Müller - 2003
28 Requirements Engineering in Agile Software Development – Frauke Paetsch - 2003
Exploiting the Collaboration between Open Source Developers and Research – Giancarlo Succi, Paolo Zuliani
1 Automating the Object- Oriented Software Development Process: Workshop Report – Bedir Tekinerdogan, Motoshi Saeki, Gerson Sunye, Pim Van Den Broek, Pavel Hruby - 1999
Software testing: a graph theoretic approach – Vandana Bhattacherjee, Deepti Suri, et al. - 2007
11 Evolving Beyond Requirements Creep: A Risk-Based Evolutionary Prototyping Model – Ryan A. Carter, Annie I. Antón, Aldo Dagnino, Laurie Williams - 2001
A Decade Review of a Masters-Level Real-World-Projects Capstone Course – Allen Stix
2 An Empirical Evaluation of the Impact of Test-driven development on Software Quality – David Scott Janzen - 2006
User Interfaces – theory and methods. – Thomas Memmel, Fredrik Gundelsweiler, Harald Reiterer