Proceedings of OpenSym 2018

Proceedings Front Matter


Proceedings Code Title Author Name & Affiliation
1A1  Lessons Learned on Data Preparation for Geographic Information Systems using Open Data Jun Iio, Chuo University
1A2  A Wikia census: motives, tools and insights Guillermo Jimenez-Diaz, Abel Serrano and Javier Arroyo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
1B1 Sustainable digitalisation through different dimensions of openness: how can lock-in, interoperability, and long-term maintenance of IT systems be addressed? Björn Lundell and Jonas Gamalielsson, University of Skövde
1B2 Developing sustainable Open Science solutions in the frame of EU funded research: the OpenUP case Eleni Toli, Electra Sifacaki, Natalia Manola, Tony Ross-Hellauer, Edit Görögh, Michela Vignoli, Viltė Banelytė, Paolo Manghi, Saskia Woutersen-Windhouwer and Yannis Ioannidis
2A1 An Investigation into Inner Source Software Development: Preliminary Findings from a Systematic Literature Review Henry Edison, Noel Carroll, Kieran Conboy and Lorraine Morgan, LERO & NUI Galway
2A2 Examining the Impact of Adopting Open Source Principles Inside Organisations Noel Carroll, Lorraine Morgan and Kieran Conboy, LERO & NUI Galway
2A3 Achieving Equilibrium: Use of Multiple Spaces and Media by FLOSS Workers to Improve Work-Life Balance Aditya Johri, George Mason University, and Hon Jie Teo, New York College of Technology
3A1 Developing A Framework to Assess Socio-economic Value of Open Data in India Sharon Buteau, Preethi Rao, Vigneshraja Kadirvell and Anshuman Kumar Mehta, IFMR LEAD
3A2 What is the Commons Worth? Estimating the Value of Wikimedia Imagery by Observing Downstream Use Kristofer Erickson, University of Leeds, Felix Rodrigues Perez, independent scholar, and Jesus Rodrigues Perez, University of Glasgow
3B1 Exploring the Relationship Between “Informal Standards” and Contributor Practice in OpenStreetMap Andrew Hall, University of Minnesota, Jacob Thebault-Spieker, Virginia Tech, Shilad Sen, Macalester College, Brent Hecht, Northwestern University, and Loren Terveen, University of Minnesota
3B2 Characterizing the Triggering Phenomenon in Wikipedia Anamika Chhabra and S. R. Sudarshan Iyengar, Indian Institute of Technology Ropar
4A1 Participation Inequality in Wikis: A Temporal Analysis Using WikiChron Abel Serrano, Javier Arroyo and Samer Hassan, Complutense de Madrid
4A2 “Sharing small pieces of the world”: Increasing and broadening participation in Wikimedia Commons Amanda Menking, University of Washington, Vaibhavi Rangarajan, University of Washington, and Michael Gilbert, Google
4A3 The Consent Of The Crowd Detected In An Open Forum Mattias Mano, École polytechnique, Jean-Michel Dalle,  Sorbonne Université, and Joanna Tomasik, CentraleSupélec
4B1 Bridging Citizen Science and Open Educational Resources Cornelia Veja, Julian Hocker, Christoph Schindler and Stefanie Kollmann, The German Institute for International
Educational Research
4B2 University students in the educational field and Wikipedia vandalism retention Angel Obregon Sierra, Wikimedia Spain, and Jorge Oceja, University of Cantabria
4B3 How FLOSS Participation Supports Lifelong Learning and Working: Apprenticeship Across Time and Spatialities Aditya Johri, George Mason University
5A1 Do We All Talk Before We Type?: Understanding Collaboration in Wikipedia Language Editions Taryn Bipat, David W. McDonald and Mark Zachry, University of Washington
5A2 Stigmergic Coordination in Wikipedia Amira Rezgui (IMT Atlantique) and Kevin Crowston (Syracuse University)
5A3 Evaluating the Impact of the Wikipedia Teahouse on newcomer socialization and retention Jonathan T Morgan and Aaron Halfaker, Wikimedia Foundation


P1 The More, The Merrier: An Analysis of Editors’ Languages in Wikidata Lucie-Aimée Kaffee and Elena Simperl, University of Southampton
P2 Challenges in the collaborative development of a complex mathematical software and its ecosystem Théo Zimmermann, Université Paris-Diderot
P3 Match-Funding as a Formula for Crowdfunding: a Case Study on the Platform
Enric Senabre Hidalgo and Mayo Fuster Morell.
P4 A clustering approach to infer Wikipedia contributors’ profile Shubham Krishna, Romain Billot and Nicolas Jullien
P5 Wikipedian: a social identity between work and contribution Léo Joubert, Aix-Marseille University
P6 How much are digital platforms based on open collaboration? An analysis of technological and knowledge practices and their implications for the platform governance of a sample of 100 cases of collaborative platforms in Barcelona Mayo Fuster and Ricard Espelt
P7 How to estimate the value of open intangible assets? Robert Viseur, University of Mons


IC1 – Software Heritage (Stefano Zacchiroli)
– Qwant (Tritan Nitot)
facilitator: Olivier Berger, Telecom SudParis
IC2 Measuring the value of an open online project Facilitators: Benjamin Jean, Laure Kassem, Camille Moulin, Inno3