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ICSE 2020
Wed 24 June - Thu 16 July 2020
Sat 27 Jun 2020 07:15 - 07:30 at ICSSP-ICGSE - Session 2 Chair(s): Regina Hebig, Paolo Tell, Tony Clear

Pull requests (PRs) selection is a challenging task faced by integrators in pull-based development (PbD), with hundreds of PRs submitted on a daily basis to large open-source projects. Managing these PRs manually consumes integrators’ time and resources and may lead to delays in the acceptance, response, or rejection of PRs that can propose bug fixes or feature enhancements. On the one hand, well-known platforms for performing PbD, like GitHub, do not provide built-in recommendation mechanisms for facilitating the management of PRs. On the other hand, prior research on PRs recommendation has focused on the likelihood of either a PR being accepted or receive a response by the integrator. In this paper, we consider both those likelihoods, this to help integrators in the PRs selection process by suggesting to them the appropriate actions to undertake on each specific PR. To this aim we propose an approach, called CARTESIAN (aCceptance And Response classificaTion-based requESt IdentifcAtioN) modeling the PRs recommendation according to PR actions. In particular, CARTESIAN is able to recommend three types of PR actions: accept, respond, and reject. We evaluated CARTESIAN on the PRs of 19 popular GitHub projects. The results of our study demonstrate that our approach can identify PR actions with average precision and recall of about 86%. Moreover, our findings also highlight that CARTESIAN outperforms results of two baseline approaches in the task of PRs selection.

Conference Day
Sat 27 Jun

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06:00 - 09:00
Session 2ICGSE Research Papers / ICGSE Experience Reports / ICSSP / ICGSE [Joint Event] - ICSSP/ICGSE at ICSSP-ICGSE
Chair(s): Regina HebigChalmers University of Technology & University of Gothenburg, Paolo TellIT University of Copenhagen, Tony ClearAuckland University of Technology

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ICGSE Theme: Trust and culture in GSD

ICSSP Theme: Enterprise processes for Agile and DevOps

06:00
5m
Day opening
OpeningRecorded
ICGSE [Joint Event] - ICSSP/ICGSE
Paolo TellIT University of Copenhagen, David RaffoPortland State University
06:05
10m
Day opening
LogisticsRecorded
ICGSE [Joint Event] - ICSSP/ICGSE
Paolo TellIT University of Copenhagen
06:15
15m
Experience report
Prioritizing trust in a globally distributed software engineering team to overcome complexity and make releases a non-event
ICGSE Experience Reports
Prasad KabburSiemens Healthcare Pvt. Ltd., Mani VsSiemens Healthcare Pvt. Ltd., Juergen SchueleinSiemens Healthineers
06:30
15m
Research paper
On Value Creation in Developer Relations (DevRel): a practitioners’ perspective
ICGSE Research Papers
Awdren FontãoFederal University of Mato Grosso do Sul (UFMS), Sergio Cleger-TamayoSIDIA Institute of Science and Technology, Igor Scaliante WieseFederal University of Technology – Paraná - UTFPR, Rodrigo SantosUNIRIO - Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Arilo Claudio Dias NetoUniversidade Federal do Amazonas
06:45
15m
Full-paper
Generating Use Case Scenarios from User Stories
ICSSP
Fabian GilsonUniversity of Canterbury, Matthias GalsterUniversity of Canterbury, François GeorisUniversity of Namur
07:00
15m
Full-paper
On the Role of Software Architecture in DevOps Transformation: An Industrial Case Study
ICSSP
Mojtaba ShahinMonash University, Muhammad Ali BabarThe University of Adelaide
07:15
15m
Full-paper
Action-based recommendation in Pull-request development
ICSSP
Muhammad Ilyas AzeemInstitute of Software, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, Sebastiano PanichellaZurich University of Applied Sciences, Andrea Di SorboUniversity of Sannio, Alexander SerebrenikEindhoven University of Technology, Qing WangInstitute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences
07:30
15m
Research paper
The Design Thinking of Co-located vs. Distributed Software Developers: Distance Strikes Again!
ICGSE Research Papers
Rodi JolakChalmers | University of Gothenburg, Andreas WortmannRWTH Aachen University, Grischa LiebelReykjavik University, Eric UmuhozaCarnegie Mellon University-Africa, Michel R. V. ChaudronChalmers | University of Gothenburg
07:45
15m
Research paper
Attending to Implicit Bias as a Way to Move Beyond Negative Stereotyping in GSE
ICGSE Research Papers
Stina MatthiesenDepartment of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen, Pernille BjørnUniversity of Copenhagen, Denmark & University of Washington, USA, Claus TrillingsgaardEG A/S
08:00
15m
Experience report
Developing a Multi-Cultural Conversational Agent With a Globally Distributed Team
ICGSE Experience Reports
Elayne RuaneUniversity College Dublin, Anthony VentresqueLero and University College Dublin, Ross SmithMicrosoft
08:15
15m
Full-paper
Occurrence Frequency and All Historical Failure Information Based Method for TCP in CI
ICSSP
Ying ShangBeijing University of Chemical Technology, Qianyu LiBeijing University of Chemical Technology, Yang YangBeijing University of Chemical Technology, Zheng LiUniversity of Concepción
08:30
15m
Doctoral symposium paper
How to Treat the Use of Grey Literature in Software Engineering
ICSSP
Xin ZhouState Key Laboratory of Novel Software Technology, Software Institute, Nanjing University