[jitsi-dev] Research in Software Engineering


#1

Hello everybody!

My name is Diana, I am software engineering student and I am very
interested in analyze open development communities in my research. I would
like to test my approach with jitsi but I did not find use cases or some
document in natural language that describes the intention of the
developers. Can you tell me where can I find those documents if those
exist, please?

Thank you so much for your help,

Diana Diaz


#2

Hey Diana,

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On 02.04.13, 00:50, Diana Diaz wrote:

Hello everybody!

My name is Diana, I am software engineering student and I am very
interested in analyze open development communities in my research. I
would like to test my approach with jitsi but I did not find use cases
or some document in natural language that describes the intention of the
developers. Can you tell me where can I find those documents if those
exist, please?

Personally, I don't think such documents exist. Jitsi is an open source
project and developers have different backgrounds and different motivation.

I suppose however that we can all agree our goal is to make Jitsi the
best communications utility out there.

Hope this helps,
Emil

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https://jitsi.org


#3

Thank you so much Emil,

I have another question, How is the coordination of the changes in the
team. I mean,if a developer want to change something of Jitsi, he should
publish the description of the change on this mail list? or somewhere else?

Thanks :slight_smile:

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On Mon, Apr 1, 2013 at 6:59 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey Diana,

On 02.04.13, 00:50, Diana Diaz wrote:
> Hello everybody!
>
> My name is Diana, I am software engineering student and I am very
> interested in analyze open development communities in my research. I
> would like to test my approach with jitsi but I did not find use cases
> or some document in natural language that describes the intention of the
> developers. Can you tell me where can I find those documents if those
> exist, please?

Personally, I don't think such documents exist. Jitsi is an open source
project and developers have different backgrounds and different motivation.

I suppose however that we can all agree our goal is to make Jitsi the
best communications utility out there.

Hope this helps,
Emil

--
https://jitsi.org