Searching for Information in Software Development Projects Using the Alert System

author: Luka Stopar, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Jožef Stefan Institute
published: Nov. 16, 2012,   recorded: October 2012,   views: 2815


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Large open source projects use several communication channels to exchange information. Examples of these channels are bug tracking systems (BTS), source code management systems, mailing lists, forums and wikis. Since these information sources use different platforms there is no system which would allow users of these communication channels to find information appearing on any of these sources. Developing a system that will support such search functionality is the main goal of a European project called ALERT. In this paper we will introduce the project and describe the search features that can be used by the users of the ALERT system and highlight the advantages that they bring.

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