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RigbyEtAl12

  1. Peter C Rigby & Brendan Cleary & Frederic Painchard & Margaret-Anne Storey & Daniel M German
  2. Contemporary Peer Review in Action: Lessons from Open Source Development
  3. IEEE Software Magazine V29n6(Nov/Dec 2012)pp56-61
  4. =EXPERIENCE SQA F/OSS OPEN SOURCE PEER REVIEW INSPECTIONS TOOLS PROCESSES Fagan
  5. Traditional reviews are dreaded by both authors and reviewers vs the integrated code review in Open Source. Why?
  6. Aynchronous reviews: You don't need a meeting.
  7. Frequent Reviews: The earlier the better. And a close to continuous as possible.
  8. Incremental Reviews: Review many small independent changes.
  9. Invested and experienced reviewers: Those who understand the context of the change.
  10. Empower experienced reviewers: Let experts choose changes but assign the unchosen changes.
  11. Lightweight tools: Tracebillity and integrated. Email. diff. inline discussion. hide and show context. version control. centralise code and discussion. dashboard vies. metrics.
  12. Nonintrusive metrics.
  13. Easier to implement in an agile environment.
  14. OSS allows reviews to solve problems.

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