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OSS and OpenSym 2022 Sessions

Open Hardware (14:00 - 15:30, Wednesday)

  • Robert Viseur and Nicolas Jullien: 3D printer builders' Open hardware strategies
  • Simon Butler, Jonas Gamalielsson, Bjorn Lundell, Christoffer Brax, Tomas Persson, Anders Mattsson, Tomas Gustavsson, Jonas Feist and Jonas Öberg: An Exploration of Openness in Hardware and Software Through Implementation of a RISC-V Based Desktop Computer
  • Jonas Gamalielsson, Björn Lundell, Simon Butler, Christoffer Brax, Tomas Persson, Anders Mattsson, Tomas Gustavsson, Jonas Feist and Jonas Öbergf: On engagement with open source software, open source hardware, and standard setting: the case of White Rabbit

Robotics (16:00 - 17:30, Wednesday)

  • Gustavo Slomski, Adair José Rohling, Paulo Varela and Michel Albonico: HelloArduBot: A DSL For Teaching Programming To Incoming Students With Open-source Robotic (OSR) Projects
  • Francisco Martín, Jose Miguel Guerrero, A. Alberto García Gómez-Jacinto, Francisco J. Rodrı́guez and Vicente Matellán: MOCAP4ROS2: An Open Source Framework for Motion Capture Systems in Robotics

Open Source Communities (11:00 - 12:30, Thursday)

  • Johan Linåker, Efi Papatheocharous and Thomas Olsson: How to characterize the health of an Open Source Software project? A snowball literature review of an emerging practice
  • Daniele Serafini and Stefano Zacchiroli: Efficient Prior Publication Identification for Open Source Code
  • Sergey Ermolin: Challenges of Using Hugging Face Deep Learning Framework in an Enterprise Environment

Open Data (14:00 - 15:30, Thursday)

  • Liubov Pilshchikova, Anneke Zuiderwijk and Marijn Janssen: How do Non-profit Open data Intermediaries enhance Open data Usability? A Systematic Literature Review
  • Johan Linåker and Per Runeson: Enabling Sustainability of Digital Commons -- Design principles for Common Pool Resources applied to Open Data Ecosystems
  • César García Sáez: Improving open data quality through citizen engagement and data engineering

Open Science and Wikipedia (11:00 - 12:30, Friday)

  • Houda Elmimouni, Andrea Forte and Jonathan Morgan: Why People Trust Wikipedia Articles: Credibility-Assessment Strategies Used by Readers
  • Edson Oliveira Jr, André Cordeiro and Danillo Nascimento: Surveying the open science knowledge in a southern Brazilian university