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    • The 3rd International Workshop on Social Software Engineering Co-located with Software Engineering Conference 2010 (SE 10) http://www1.cs.tum.edu/sse10/ February 24, 2010 Paderborn, Germany O RGANIZERS Martin Ebner W ORKSHOP P ROGRAM (martin.ebner@tugraz.at) Graz University of Technology 9:15 Opening Chair: Walid Maalej Imed Hammouda Room: F1.110 (imed.hammouda@tut.fi) Session I: Social Tools Tampere University of Technology Chair: Wolfgang Reinhardt Room: F1.110 Hans-Jörg Happel 9:30 Paper 4: Towards Social Information Systems (happel@fzi.de) Jean-Marie Favre and Marc Quast University of Karlsruhe Paper 5: weHelp: A Reference Architecture for Social Recommender Systems Walid Maalej Swapneel Sheth, Nipun Arora, Christian Murphy and Gail Kaiser (maalejw@in.tum.de) Technische Universität München Paper 6: Switch! Recommending Artifacts Needed Next Based on Personal and Shared Context Alexander Sahm and Walid Maalej Wolfgang Reinhardt (wolle@upb.de) 11:00 Break University of Paderborn Session II: Social Requirements Engineering Chair: Kurt Schneider Room: F1.110 11:30 Paper 1: Bringing Semantics into Social Software Engineering: Applying Ontologies to a Community-oriented Requirements Engineering Environment Steffen Lohmann and Thomas Riechert Paper 2: Diagnosing Inconsistent Requirements Preferences in Distributed Software Projects Alexander Felfernig, Philipp Ghirardini, Monika Mandl and Monika Schubert Paper 3: User-Driven Requirements Engineering for Mobile Social Software Norbert Seyff and Florian Graf 13:00 Lunch 14:00 Keynote: The use of social engineering in software projects Bernd Brügge, Technische Universität München Session III: Open Space 14:45 Feel free to bring posters, demos or topics you would like to share or discuss with other participants. Session IV: Round table discussion Chair: Hans-Jörg Happel Room: F1.110 15:30 Special topics will be identified and discussed in small groups 16:00 Break 16:30 Session IV (continued): Round table discussion 17:30 Workshop close