Proceedings

A. PROCEEDINGS OF OPENSYM 2015

REFERENCE

All papers listed can be cited as appearing in the Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Open Collaboration (OpenSym 2015). ACM, 2015. The official place to get the proceedings from is the ACM Digital Library.

FRONTMATTER

FW Foreword, Table of Contents, Committees, Sponsors Dirk Riehle

FLOSS RESEARCH PAPERS

A1 Full paper A multiple case study of small free software businesses as social entrepreneurships Ann Barcomb (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)
A2 Full paper An Investigation of Migrating from Proprietary RTOS to Embedded Linux Oscar Muchow (Chalmers and University of Gothenburg), David Ustarbowski (Chalmers and University of Gothenburg), Imed Hammouda (Chalmers and University of Gothenburg)
A3 Full paper Utilization and Development Contribution of Open Source Software in Japanese IT Companies: An Exploratory Study of the Effect on Business Growth (2nd report based on 2014 survey) Terutaka Tansho (Shimane University), Tetsuo Noda (Shimane University)
A4 Full paper On the openness of digital platforms/ecosystems Jose Teixeira (University of Turku)
A5 Short paper Software Patents: A Replication Study Germán Poo-Caamaño (University of Victoria), Daniel German (University of Victoria)
A6 Poster The FLOSS History in Japan: An Ethnographic Approach Jun Iio (Chuo University), Masayuki Hatta (Surugadai University), Ko Kazaana (Cybozu, Inc.)

IT-DRIVEN OPEN INNOVATION RESEARCH PAPERS

B1 Full paper Measuring the Crowd – A Preliminary Taxonomy of Crowdsourcing Metrics Eoin Cullina (LERO NUI Galway), Kieran Conboy (LERO NUI Galway), Lorraine Morgan (LERO NUI Galway)
B2 Full paper Open Innovation for Innovation Tools: the Case of Co-Design Platforms Albrecht Fritzsche (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg), Angela Roth (FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg), Kathrin Möslein (FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg)
B3 Short paper Toward understanding new feature request systems as participation architectures for supporting open innovation Michelle Purcell (Drexel University)

OPEN DATA RESEARCH PAPERS

C1 Full paper Public Domain Rank: Identifying Notable Individuals with the Wisdom of the Crowd Allen Riddell (United States of America)
C2 Short paper Open Access to Working Notes in the Humanities Michael Buckland (University of California, Berkeley), Patrick Golden (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Ryan Shaw (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

WIKIPEDIA RESEARCH PAPERS

D1 Full paper Tool-Mediated Coordination of Virtual Teams in Complex Systems Michael Gilbert (University of Washington), Mark Zachry (University of Washington)
D2 Full paper The Rise and Fall of an Online Project. Is Bureaucracy Killing Efficiency in Open Knowledge Production? Nicolas Jullien (Institut Telecom Bretagne), Kevin Crowston (School of Information Studies, Syracuse University), Felipe Ortega (Dept. Statistics and Operations Research, University Rey Juan Carlos)
D3 Full paper #Wikipedia on Twitter: Analyzing Tweets about Wikipedia Eva Zangerle (Databases and Information Systems, Department of Computer Science, University of Innsbruck), Georg Schmidhammer (Databases and Information Systems, Department of Computer Science, University of Innsbruck), Günther Specht (Databases and Information Systems, Department of Computer Science, University of Innsbruck)
D4 Short paper Page Protection: Another Missing Dimension of Wikipedia Research Benjamin Mako Hill (University of Washington), Aaron Shaw (Northwestern University)
D5 Poster Wikipedia in the World of Global Gender Inequality Indices: What The Biography Gender Gap Is Measuring Maximilian Klein (notconfusing.com), Piotr Konieczny (Hanyang University)
D6 Poster Contribution, Social networking, and the Request for Adminship process in Wikipedia Romain Picot-Clémente (LabSticc, Institut Mines-Télécom Bretagne), Cécile Bothorel (LabSticc, Institut Mines-Télécom Bretagne), Nicolas Jullien (iSchool, Institut Mines-Télécom Bretagne)
D7 Poster The Evolution Of Knowledge Creation Online: Wikipedia and Knowledge Processes Ruqin Ren (University of Southern California)

WIKIS AND OPEN COLLABORATION RESEARCH PAPERS

E1 Full paper The Vienna History Wiki – a Collaborative Knowledge Platform for the City of Vienna Bernhard Krabina (KDZ – Centre for Public Administration Research)
E2 Full paper Peer-production system or collaborative ontology engineering effort: What is Wikidata? Claudia Müller-Birn (Freie Universität Berlin), Benjamin Karran (Freie Universität Berlin), Markus Luczak-Roesch (University of Southampton), Janette Lehmann (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain)
E3 Abstract Participants’ Motivation Factors and Profile In Crowdsourced Law Reform Tanja Aitamurto (Stanford), Helene Landemore (Yale University)
E4 Poster Use of GitHub as a Platform for Open Collaboration on Text Documents Justin Longo (University of Regina), Tanya M. Kelley (Arizona State University)
E5 Poster Toward efficient source code sharing on the Web Hiroaki Fukuda (Shibaura Institute of Technology)

B. COMPANION TO PROCEEDINGS OF OPENSYM 2015

REFERENCE

All papers listed can be cited as appearing in the Companion to the Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Open Collaboration (OpenSym 2015). ACM, 2015. The official place to get the proceedings from is the ACM Digital Library.

FRONTMATTER

FW Foreword, Table of Contents, Committees, Sponsors Dirk Riehle

DOCTORAL SYMPOSIUM PAPERS

F1 Extended abstract Collaborative Systems with Applications for Social Good Rakshit Agrawal (University of California, Santa Cruz)
F2 Extended abstract Volunteer Management in Open Source Communities Ann Barcomb (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)
F3 Extended abstract On the role of FOSS business models and participation architectures in supporting open innovation Michelle Purcell (Drexel University)
F4 Extended abstract The Evolution of A Digital Ecosystem Sungyong Um (Temple Univ.)
F5 Extended abstract Large Scale, Open Cognitive Collaboration of Distributed Crowds Bei Yan (University of Southern California)

INDUSTRY AND COMMUNITY PAPERS

G1 Short paper Collaborative OER Course Development – Remix and Reuse Approach Sheng Hung Chung (WOU)
G2 Short paper Social Collaboration Metrics Manfred Langen (Siemens AG)
G3 Demo Govwiki.US: An Open Directory of US Local Governments Marc Joffe (Public Sector Credit Solutions), Vadim Ivlev (Self Employed)

INVITED TALK ABSTRACTS

H1 Invited talk abstract Artificial Sentiment: using machines to manage public sentiment on social media Richard Gabriel (IBM Watson Group)
H2 Invited talk paper Collaborative Authoring, Evolution, and Personalization for a “Transdisciplinary” Textbook Robert Glushko (UC Berkeley)
H3 Invited talk abstract Applying Machine Learning to Programs Peter Norvig (Google)
H4 Invited talk abstract Barriers and Pathways to Successful Collaboration Anthony Wasserman (CMU Silicon Valley)

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