Abstract: Inner source development is the application of open source practices for a company’s internal software development. One of the practices is called review process. This process separates the code contribution from its integration. In inner source, the review process is not researched. Therefore, a suitable software for measuring this process is required for research purposes. The measuring instruments for inner source development used today are not capable of examining the review process. This thesis develops an extension of an existing application for analyzing review processes in inner source. To evaluate the functionality of this application, it is applied to selected projects. The collected data is used to demonstrate that they are suitable for answering typical questions for review processes. For further research the extension allows measurement of the review processes in inner source projects.
Keywords: Software engineering, mining software repositories, inner source, patch-flow
Reference: Johannes Pfann. Measuring the Patch Review Process in Open and Inner Source. Master Thesis, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg: 2017.