By Scott Henninger, Frank Maurer
The topic of the 4th foreign Workshop on studying software program firms (LSO 2002) was once “BalancingAgile procedures and long term studying in software program - ganizations.”The LSOWorkshop sequence makes a speciality of technical, organizational, and social options to difficulties of studying from earlier reports and codifying the ensuing top practicessotheycanbesystematicallyusedinsubsequentsoftwaredevelopmentefforts. via paper displays, panels, and discussions, the workshop explored the problems of coping with wisdom in dynamic domain names requiring signi?cant alterations betweenorganizationsandbetweenprojects.Challengesdiscussedrangedfromrealistic assumptions at the additional documentation burden LSO suggestions might require to how successfully repositories were utilized in the prior to the group and social concerns all in favour of making use of strategies created by way of others. Experience-based methods have been mentioned broadly and a few stories of preliminary successes got besides a few cases the place the adventure base was once underutilized. allowing organizational studying consists of greater than repositories, se's, and coaching. At its middle, it includes growing new paintings practices that worth present practices whereas trying to find advancements. the problems concerned are either technical and behavioral,aseffectivetechnologymayenticeutilization,butexperiencehasshownthat different components weigh in exactly as seriously. There are at present no profound or ?nal solutions on those questions, nor are they anticipated for it slow to return, if in any respect. for this reason the necessity for persisted learn into those dif?cult matters. This workshop, and others to keep on with wish to start to make clear the problems so a good and fruitful conversation can start that could bring about signi?cant contributions to the software program engineering and data administration ?elds, among others.
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Members have access to shared resources, and policies determine the access to those resources. 4. Reciprocity of information, support, and services among members is important. 5. There is a shared context of social conventions, language, and protocols. In combination with the knowledge repository of the ViSEK portal FIT embraces to this attributes by organizing regularly social activities in “real world”. The challenge is the transfer of these attributes in the virtual world of the ViSEK portal.
2, all of them are directly derived from the level 0 entity “Knowledge Element”, and therefore, inherit the precise context description. Currently, we differentiate between three different level 1 entities: 1. “Technology”: This entity is used to store all knowledge descriptions, the main entries of the ViSEK portal (compare to C2). As illustrated in Fig. , Rational Rose, or the Gnu C++ compiler). For process descriptions we use the approach suggested by . Therefore, the “Processes” entity is further refined on level 3 into an entity for storing “Process Pattern” and “Activity” descriptions.
Al.  and the repository structure architectural framework developed at the University of Kaiserslautern . The remainder of this paper is organized as follows: Section 1 discusses the question of how SE repositories like the ViSEK portal are able to support SMEs and their agile processes. Then, in Section 2, we give a taxonomy for the content of such SE repositories in general, before we describe the content and storage structure of the ViSEK portal in detail (Section 3). Finally, we summarize our experiences and conclude with future directions in Section 4.
Advances in Learning Software Organizations: 4th International Workshop, LSO 2002, Chicago, IL, USA, August 6, 2002. Revised Papers by Scott Henninger, Frank Maurer