Tao Xiao

Tao Xiao
Nara Institute of Science and Technology | NAIST · Graduate School of Information Science

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GitHub Sponsors, launched in 2019, enables donations to individual open source software (OSS) developers. Financial support for OSS maintainers and developers is a major issue in terms of sustaining OSS projects, and the ability to donate to individuals is expected to support the sustainability of developers, projects, and community. In this work,...
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Technical Debt is a metaphor used to describe the situation in which long-term software artifact quality is traded for short-term goals in software projects. In recent years, the concept of self-admitted technical debt (SATD) was proposed, which focuses on debt that is intentionally introduced and described by developers. Although prior work has ma...
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Code reviews serve as a quality assurance activity for software teams. Especially for Modern Code Review, sharing a link during a review discussion serves as an effective awareness mechanism where "Code reviews are good FYIs [for your information].". Although prior work has explored link sharing and the information needs of a code review, the exten...
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Context: Open source software development has become more social and collaborative, especially with the rise of social coding platforms like GitHub. Since 2016, GitHub started to support more informal methods such as emoji reactions, with the goal to reduce commenting noise when reviewing any code changes to a repository. Interestingly, preliminary...
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Technical Debt is a metaphor used to describe the situation in which long-term code quality is traded for short-term goals in software projects. In recent years, the concept of self-admitted technical debt (SATD) was proposed, which focuses on debt that is intentionally introduced and described by developers. Although prior work has made important...

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