How do you choose the shapes and colors for the elements of your new domain-specific language? Why not asking the crowd of future users for their opinion? This is what we've done with surprising results.
Often, modeling tools are regarded as immature and therefore not ready for industrial adoption. Read on to see if there is any truth in this.
Mining information on software projects hosted on GitHub can reveal a lot of useful information on how software projects (and the community behind them) should be managed to optimize your chances of success
Our approach to automatically generate GraphQL schemas from UML class diagrams (and IFML interaction models)
New version of our tool able to infer the shared schema among a set of schemaless JSON Documents
Help us to choose the best BPMN notation as part of this crowdsourcing experiment where we aim to test the usefulness of crowdsourcing when it comes to create language notations.
MetaScience is an online service to help researchers analyze their research profile (and that of the conferences where they publish), including publication trends, co-author graphs...
The slides of our proposal to enable the explicit definition and enforcement of governance rules in
Who decides what feature requests / bug notifications to accept (and how? when?). OSS should clearly define their governance model. We help them on this
Openness level of an open source project can influence the enthusiasm of new developers to join a project. See three metrics to calculate the openness of OSS projects
What can issue labels teach you about your project? Three simple yet powerful visualizations to better understand WHO is doing WHAT
We have already written about our automatic web service to discover implicit schemas in JSON documents (here
We keep on working on our research work about the discovery of implicit schemas from JSON
Which labels are most used in GitHub projects? Do projects use labels or just ignore them? Some facts based on the automatic analysis of GitHub projects
We recenly asked you to explain us why you did not contribute (more) to open source
Check also the tool we are developing to face some of the challenges you told us
Today we present the last version of Collaboro, our approach for the collaborative development of Domain-Specific