Health is Wealth: Evaluating the Health of the Bitcoin Ecosystem in GitHub
Bitcoin is a virtual and decentralized cryptocurrency that operates in a peer-to-peer network providing a private payment mechanism. It is a multi-billion dollar cryptocurrency, and hundreds of other cryptocurrencies are created based on it. Bitcoin is based on open source software (OSS) development. This paper presents the first comprehensive study of the Bitcoin ecosystem in GitHub organized around 481 most popular and actively developed Bitcoin related projects over eight years (2010-2018). Our work includes manual categorization of the projects, defining software health metrics, classification of projects according to these health metrics, and evaluation of the health trends of the ecosystem. The main findings suggest that the Bitcoin ecosystem in GitHub is represented by nine categories of projects. Moreover, the health of the majority of the projects is assessed as ``Low Risk".
Sat 29 MayDisplayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change
17:00 - 18:15
Second SessionSoHeal 2021 at SoHeal Room
Chair(s): Gemma Catolino Tilburg University & Jheronimus Academy of Data Science
Presentations will be pre-recorded (15mn).
Pitches and Q&A will be organized at the end of the session, in sequence for each presentation
|Can Test Cases Foresee Software Health? Results from a Recent Empirical Study
Fabiano Pecorelli University of Salerno, Fabio Palomba University of Salerno, Andrea De Lucia University of SalernoMedia Attached
|Health is Wealth: Evaluating the Health of the Bitcoin Ecosystem in GitHub
SoHeal 2021Pre-print Media Attached
|Open Source Community Health: Analytical Metrics and Their Corresponding Narratives
Sean P. Goggins University of Missouri, Kevin Lumbard University of Nebraska at Omaha, Matt GermonprezPre-print Media Attached
|Pitches and Discussion