Open Source Software Resilience Framework

Abstract : An Open Source Software (OSS) project can be utilized either as is, to serve specific needs on an application level, or on the source code level, as a part of another software system serving as a component, a library, or even an autonomous third party dependency. There are several OSS quality models that provide metrics to measure specific aspects of the project, like its structural quality. Although other dimensions, like community health and activity, software governance principles or license permissiveness, are taken into account, there is no universally accepted OSS assessment model. In this work we are proposing an evaluation approach based on the adaptation of the City Resilience Framework to OSS with the aim of providing a strong theoretical basis for evaluating OSS projects.
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Apostolos Kritikos, Ioannis Stamelos. Open Source Software Resilience Framework. 14th IFIP International Conference on Open Source Systems (OSS), Jun 2018, Athens, Greece. pp.39-49, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-92375-8_4⟩. ⟨hal-01875488⟩

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