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BotSE 2021
Fri 4 Jun 2021
co-located with ICSE 2021
Fri 4 Jun 2021 16:30 - 16:45 at BotSE Room - Bots Helping Software Development Chair(s): Stefan Wagner

In this experience report we present SAW-BOT, a bot proposing fixes for static analysis warnings. The bot has been evaluated with five professional software developers by means of a Wizard of Oz experiment, semi-structred interviews and mTAM questionnaire. We have observed that developers prefer GitHub suggestions to two baseline operation modes. Our study suggests that GitHub suggestions are a viable mechanism for implementing bots proposing fixes for static analysis warnings.

Conference Day
Fri 4 Jun

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16:15 - 17:35
Bots Helping Software DevelopmentBotSE 2021 at BotSE Room
Chair(s): Stefan WagnerUniversity of Stuttgart
16:15
15m
Paper
A Ground-truth Dataset and Classification Model for Detecting Bots in GitHub Issue and PR CommentsJournal-first Presentation
BotSE 2021
Mehdi GolzadehSoftware Engineering lab, University of Mons, Alexandre Decan University of Mons, Damien LegayUniversity of Mons, Tom MensUniversity of Mons
16:30
15m
Paper
SAW-BOT: Proposing Fixes for Static Analysis Warnings with GitHub Suggestions
BotSE 2021
Dragos SerbanEindhoven University of Technology, Bart GolsteijnPhilips, Ralph HoldorpPhilips, Alexander SerebrenikEindhoven University of Technology
16:45
15m
Paper
Identifying bot activity in GitHub pull request and issue comments
BotSE 2021
Mehdi GolzadehSoftware Engineering lab, University of Mons, Alexandre Decan University of Mons, Eleni ConstantinouEindhoven University of Technology, Tom MensUniversity of Mons
17:00
15m
Paper
Designing a Bot for Efficient Distribution of Service Requests
BotSE 2021
Arkadip BasuWalmart Global Tech, Kunal BanerjeeWalmart Global Tech
17:15
20m
Live Q&A
Open discussion
BotSE 2021


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