SAW-BOT: Proposing Fixes for Static Analysis Warnings with GitHub Suggestions
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 DayFri 4 JunDisplayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change
16:15 - 17:35
|A Ground-truth Dataset and Classification Model for Detecting Bots in GitHub Issue and PR CommentsJournal-first Presentation|
|SAW-BOT: Proposing Fixes for Static Analysis Warnings with GitHub Suggestions|
|Identifying bot activity in GitHub pull request and issue comments|
|Designing a Bot for Efficient Distribution of Service Requests|