Building the Collaboration Graph of Open-Source Software Ecosystem

@article{Lyulina2021BuildingTC,
  title={Building the Collaboration Graph of Open-Source Software Ecosystem},
  author={Elena Lyulina and Mahmoud Jahanshahi},
  journal={2021 IEEE/ACM 18th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR)},
  year={2021},
  pages={618-620}
}
The Open-Source Software community has become the center of attention for many researchers, who are investigating various aspects of collaboration in this extremely large ecosystem. Due to its size, it is difficult to grasp whether or not it has structure, and if so, what it may be. Our hackathon project aims to facilitate the understanding of the developer collaboration structure and relationships among projects based on the bi-graph of what projects developers contribute to by providing an… 

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