Schedule:November 29 AfternoonSession Chair:Alexandre Lefebvre, OW2/ France Telecom
Speakers:Dr. Clément Escoffier, Arrow-Group ; Guillaume Sauthier, PeerGreen ; Christophe Hamerling, LinagoraSchedule: Thursday Nov 29, 02:00 - 02:15pmAbstract: OW2 has traditionally provided an infrastructure based on Subversion and GForge. However, software development is evolving toward a more distributed, social, flexible, and lean process. This talk presents how OW2 is embracing this new trend and the new tools and possibilities offered for your OW2 project. From the source code repository (Svn, Git@OW2, GitHub…) and bug trackers, to continuous integration and documentation, OW2 lets you develop your project using your own process and tools. Thanks to the quality tools promoted by OW2, your project benefits from quality tracking and labeling. Be more reactive, improve your efficiency, and increase your quality with OW2.
Speaker: Guillaume Sauthier (Peergreen)Schedule: Wednesday Nov 28, 02:15 - 02:30pmAbstract: OW2 Utilities is a newly accepted project in the consortium. It aims to be the OW2 toolkit catalog for common pieces of code that everybody rewrite for each new project. This presentation will start with a description of the goals of that project, a little bit of history, then we will explain why it's important to maximize re-use within the consortium (reliability, ...). In a second part we will focus to the most useful and/or interesting modules provided by this project. This session will be developer-oriented, with code samples and effective use cases.
Speaker: Guillaume Rousseau, AntepediaSchedule: Thursday Nov 29, 02:30 - 02:45pmAbstract:During this talk we will describe how tools dedicated to open source components and source code scanning like Fossology or Antepedia Reporter help development tools to enforce open source licensing policies.
Speaker: Minghui Zhou, Peking UniversitySchedule: Thursday Nov 29, 02:45 - 03:00pmAbstract: The existing large amount of OSS artifacts has provided abundant materials for understanding how code is reused in open source universe, in particular, what code pieces are mostly reused, in what circumstances people reuse code, and so forth. Understanding this process could help with legacy software maintenance, as well as help to explore best practice of software development. Targeting the change history data of thousands of open source projects, we try to answer the following question: First, how is code reused by other projects? Second, how are code files organized in project and how does this organization structure change over time? To answer these questions, there are several technical difficulties we have to overcome. For example, because of the different kinds of VCSs, it is hard to figure out a uniform model which can represent the evolution progress of code files stored in them. Also, each VCS may have its own data format, so, extracting data from them is a big challenge. Furthermore, using current software algorithm and hardware platform to analyze the version iteration and reuse information of about a billion code files is another challenge.
Speaker: Gabriele Giammatteo, Engineering Group Schedule: Thursday Nov 29, 03:00 - 03:15pmAbstract:Cloud Computing is becoming the new paradigm for the Internet and Service provisioning. Open source solutions, especially those resulting from R/D projects, often are neglected due to the absence of track-records in use by real world applications. ETICS is a build, test and certification software developed since 2004 and up to now used at CERN, ENG and others to build and test various complex software systems, such us glite (http://glite.cern.ch) and gcube (http://www.gcube-system.org). ETICS will be used in the Ocean support action to certify the quality of RTD open source cloud software. Ocean aims at identifying and tracking open-source cloud development projects in an open online portal to promote cross-project collaboration. Ocean will also provide projects with an on-demand build and test service reducing their need for installing and operating tools, and a beta-tester service giving them back a comprehensive review and feedback. This presentation provides an overview of the ETICS approach and tool and the way it's planned to be adopted within the Ocean project.
Speaker: Daniele Gagliardi, Spago4Q - Engineering Group Schedule: Thursday Nov 29, 03:15 - 03:30pmAbstract: Engineering Group's Quality Assurance department has developed an infrastructure allowing to monitor the quality of the development processes of software projects and products, which was also needed to achieve the CMMi-DEV lev.3 certification compliance. The infrastructure allows the logical and technical integration of different tools supporting the development and management of software projects, in compliance with the corporate organizational rules, thus granting a high level of flexibility to users, who can choose between open source tools and, if requested, proprietary ones. The cornerstone of this process is Spago4Q, which provides the working groups with the necessary information to trace and develop end-users' requirements, to manage tests and project information, including risks, opportunities, metrics and documents. Moreover, it allows the Quality Assurance department to make its own audits on projects and related management processes. Spago4Q extracts the needed information from the different data sources, integrating them into a consistent meta-model. The speech describes the results obtained through the development of original solutions and the integration of both open source and proprietary products, such as TestLink, Jira, Liferay and Alfresco. The speech will include an overview on the possible improvements in terms of project quality and corporate processes.
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