While Software Aging and Rejuvenation (SAR) research has been steadily increasing, the artifacts related to SAR studies (such as software aging measurements and bug datasets) are seldom made available to researchers and practitioners, thus limiting potential improvements of rejuvenation solutions and their practical adoption. We discuss in this paper the role of artifacts in SAR research, and present SARRY (the Software Aging and Rejuvenation RepositorY), an open-access support for the SAR community to share research artifacts (available at http://openscience.us/repo/software-aging/). We invite researchers to contribute to SARRY, in order to aid future SAR research and to improve the visibility and impact of their work.

The Software Aging and Rejuvenation Repository

COTRONEO, DOMENICO;IANNILLO, ANTONIO KEN;NATELLA, ROBERTO;PIETRANTUONO, ROBERTO;RUSSO, STEFANO
2015

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While Software Aging and Rejuvenation (SAR) research has been steadily increasing, the artifacts related to SAR studies (such as software aging measurements and bug datasets) are seldom made available to researchers and practitioners, thus limiting potential improvements of rejuvenation solutions and their practical adoption. We discuss in this paper the role of artifacts in SAR research, and present SARRY (the Software Aging and Rejuvenation RepositorY), an open-access support for the SAR community to share research artifacts (available at http://openscience.us/repo/software-aging/). We invite researchers to contribute to SARRY, in order to aid future SAR research and to improve the visibility and impact of their work.
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