* ICSE 2018 *
Sun 27 May - Sun 3 June 2018 Gothenburg, Sweden
Thu 31 May 2018 12:00 - 12:20 at H1 room - Communities and Ecosystems Chair(s): Alexander Serebrenik

Context: Collaborative Model-Driven Software Engineering (MDSE) consists of methods and techniques where multiple stakeholders manage, collaborate, and are aware of each others’ work on shared models. Objective: Collaborative MDSE is attracting research efforts from different areas, resulting in a variegated scientific body of knowledge. This study aims at identifying, classifying, and understanding existing collaborative MDSE approaches. Method: We designed and conducted a systematic mapping study. Starting from over 3,000 potentially relevant studies, we applied a rigorous selection procedure resulting in 106 selected papers, further clustered into 48 primary studies along a time span of 19 years. We rigorously defined and applied a classification framework and extracted key information from each selected study for subsequent analysis. Results: Our analysis revealed the following main findings: (i) there is a growing scientific interest on collaborative MDSE in the last years; (ii) multi-view modeling, validation support, reuse, and branching are more rarely covered with respect to other aspects about collaborative MDSE; (iii) different primary studies focus differently on individual dimensions of collaborative MDSE (i.e., model management, collaboration, and communication); (iv) most approaches are language-specific, with a prominence of UML-based approaches; (v) few approaches support the interplay between synchronous and asynchronous collaboration. Conclusion: This study gives a solid foundation for classifying existing and future approaches for collaborative MDSE. Researchers and practitioners can use our results for identifying existing research/technical gaps to attack, better scoping their own contributions, or understanding existing ones.

Thu 31 May
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11:00 - 12:30: Communities and EcosystemsTechnical Papers / Journal first papers at H1 room
Chair(s): Alexander SerebrenikEindhoven University of Technology
11:00 - 11:20
How Modern News Aggregators Help Development Communities Shape and Share Knowledge
Technical Papers
Mauricio AnicheDelft University of Technology, Netherlands, Christoph TreudeThe University of Adelaide, Igor SteinmacherFederal University of Technology - Paraná / Northern Arizona University, Igor WieseFederal University of Technology - Paraná (UTFPR), Gustavo PintoUFPA, Margaret-Anne StoreyUniversity of Victoria, Marco GerosaNorthern Arizona University
11:20 - 11:40
Adding Sparkle to Social Coding: An Empirical Study of Repository Badges in the npm Ecosystem
Technical Papers
Asher TrockmanUniversity of Evansville, Shurui ZhouCarnegie Mellon University, USA, Christian KästnerCarnegie Mellon University, Bogdan VasilescuCarnegie Mellon University
Pre-print Media Attached
11:40 - 12:00
"Was my contribution fairly reviewed?" A framework and an empirical study of fairness in Modern Code Reviews
Technical Papers
Daniel M. German, Gregorio RoblesUniversidad Rey Juan Carlos, Germán Poo-Caamaño, Xin YangUnionbigdata.com, Hajimu Iida, Katsuro InoueOsaka University
Pre-print File Attached
12:00 - 12:20
Collaborative Model-Driven Software Engineering: a Classification Framework and a Research Map
Journal first papers
Mirco FranzagoUniversity of L'Aquila, Italy, Ivano MalavoltaVrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Davide Di RuscioUniversity of L'Aquila, Henry MucciniUniversity of L'Aquila
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12:20 - 12:30
Q&A in groups
Technical Papers