A Web Platform for Social Requirements Engineering

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"A Web Platform for Social Requirements Engineering" (Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim and Norman Heino)

This paper presents a web platform that applies concepts from the
domain of Social Software to requirements engineering. The platform implements
several community-oriented features that support collaboration and knowledge
sharing and aim to foster the engagement of larger groups of stakeholders in the
collection, discussion, development, and structuring of software requirements.

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A Web Platform for Social Requirements Engineering

  1. 1. Social Aspects in Software Engineering - Combined Workshops SofTEAM and SENSE – SE 09, Kaiserslautern, Germany, March 3rd A Web Platform for Social Requirements Engineering Steffen Lohmann, Phili St ff L h Philipp Heim Hi Interactive Systems and Interaction Design University of Duisburg-Essen Lotharstrasse 65 45057 D i b Lh 65, Duisburg, G Germany Sebastian Dietzold, Norman Heino Agile Knowledge Engineering and Semantic Web University of Leipzig Johannisgasse 26, 04009 Leipzig, Germany g g y Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim, Norman Heino
  2. 2. Today’s RE tools Support a relatively small g p of experts pp y group p Too heavyweight for untrained stakeholders Limited support for collaboration among many participants Communication via additional tools or face to face contact face-to-face Problems: Transparency, Tracking and Tracing Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim, Norman Heino
  3. 3. Social Requirements Engineering Offer integrated collaboration features Easy-to-use and foster stakeholder engagement Track and trace collaboration activities Social Software concepts – well-suited well suited Characteristics: community- and user-orientation, simplicity, quick collaboration, self-organization, social feedback, transparency, and emerging structures i tt Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim, Norman Heino
  4. 4. Demo – Web Platform for Social RE A1 A0 C1.1 C1 1 C0 C1.2 B0 B1 Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim, Norman Heino
  5. 5. Demo – Web Platform for Social RE Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim, Norman Heino
  6. 6. Conclusions Main goal: RE as a social experience Main Challenge: Conflicting demands (social & formal) Thank you for your attention! Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim, Norman Heino

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