MSR 2020
Mon 29 - Tue 30 June 2020
co-located with ICSE 2020

We apply survival analysis methods to a dataset of publicly-available software projects in order to examine the attributes that might lead to their inactivity over time. We ran a Kaplan-Meier analysis and fit a Cox Proportional-Hazards model to a subset of Software Heritage Graph Dataset, consisting of 3052 popular Python projects hosted on GitLab/GitHub, Debian, and PyPI, over a period of 165 months. We show that projects with repositories on multiple hosting services, a timeline of publishing major releases, and a good network of developers, remain healthy over time and should be worthy of the effort put in by developers and contributors.

Mon 29 Jun
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msr-2020-mining-challenge
12:00 - 13:00: Mining Challenge - MSR Mining Challenge at MSR:Zoom2
Chair(s): Antoine PietriInria, Stefano ZacchiroliUniversité de Paris and Inria, Diomidis SpinellisAthens University of Economics and Business

Q/A & Discussion of Session Papers over Zoom (Joining info available on Slack)

msr-2020-mining-challenge12:00 - 12:20
Live Q&A
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msr-2020-mining-challenge12:20 - 12:40
Live Q&A
Avijit BhattacharjeeUniversity of Saskatchewan, Canada, Sristy Sumana Nath, Shurui ZhouCarnegie Mellon University, USA / University of Toronto, CA, Debasish Chakroborti, Banani RoyUniversity of Saskatchewan, Chanchal K. RoyUniversity of Saskatchewan, Kevin SchneiderUniversity of Saskatchewan
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msr-2020-mining-challenge12:40 - 13:00
Live Q&A
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