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Open source software has witnessed an exponential growth in the last two decades and it is playing an increasingly important role in many companies and organizations leading to the formation of open source software ecosystems. In this paper we present a quality model that will allow the evaluation of those ecosystems in terms of their relevant quality characteristics such as health or activeness. To design this quality model we started by analysing the quality measures found during the execution of a systematic literature review on open source software ecosystems and, then, we classified and reorganized the set of measures in order to build a solid quality model.
CitationFranco, O. [et al.]. QuESo: A quality model for open source software ecosystems. A: International Joint Conference on Software Technologies. "ICSOFT-EA 2014 - Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Software Engineering and Applications". Vienna: SciTePress, 2014, p. 209-218.
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