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Johan Linåker
Johan Linåker
Senior Researcher, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden
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Guidelines for conducting surveys in software engineering v. 1.1
J Linaker, SM Sulaman, M Höst, RM de Mello
Lund University, 2015
143*2015
Open innovation using open source tools: A case study at Sony Mobile
H Munir, J Linåker, K Wnuk, P Runeson, B Regnell
Empirical Software Engineering 23 (1), 186-223, 2018
482018
Motivating the contributions: An open innovation perspective on what to share as open source software
J Linåker, H Munir, K Wnuk, CE Mols
Journal of Systems and Software 135, 17-36, 2018
412018
How firms adapt and interact in open source ecosystems: Analyzing stakeholder influence and collaboration patterns
J Linåker, P Rempel, B Regnell, P Mäder
International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for …, 2016
272016
A method for analyzing stakeholders˘ influence on an open source software ecosystem˘s requirements engineering process
J Linåker, B Regnell, D Damian
Requirements Engineering 25 (1), 115-130, 2020
212020
A survey on the perception of innovation in a large product-focused software organization
J Linåker, H Munir, P Runeson, B Regnell, C Schrewelius
International Conference of Software Business, 66-80, 2015
172015
Requirements engineering in open innovation: a research agenda
J Linåker, B Regnell, H Munir
Proceedings of the 2015 international conference on software and system …, 2015
162015
On infrastructure for facilitation of inner source in small development teams
J Linåker, M Krantz, M Höst
International Conference on Product-Focused Software Process Improvement …, 2014
162014
Open Data Ecosystems—An empirical investigation into an emerging industry collaboration concept
P Runeson, T Olsson, J Linåker
Journal of Systems and Software 182, 111088, 2021
152021
A Community Strategy Framework–How to obtain influence on requirements in meritocratic open source software communities?
J Linåker, B Regnell, D Damian
Information and Software Technology 112, 102-114, 2019
122019
How to enable collaboration in open government data ecosystems: A public platform provider's perspective
J Linåker, P Runeson
arXiv preprint arXiv:2208.00305, 2022
102022
Predicting likelihood of requirement implementation within the planned iteration: an empirical study at ibm
A Dehghan, A Neal, K Blincoe, J Linaker, D Damian
2017 IEEE/ACM 14th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories …, 2017
102017
What to share, when, and where: balancing the objectives and complexities of open source software contributions
J Linåker, B Regnell
Empirical Software Engineering 25 (5), 3799-3840, 2020
92020
Requirements analysis and management for benefiting openness
J Linåker, K Wnuk
2016 IEEE 24th International Requirements Engineering Conference Workshops …, 2016
82016
Collaboration in open government data ecosystems: Open cross-sector sharing and co-development of data and software
J Linåker, P Runeson
International Conference on Electronic Government, 290-303, 2020
72020
High-level software requirements and iteration changes: a predictive model
K Blincoe, A Dehghan, AD Salaou, A Neal, J Linaker, D Damian
Empirical Software Engineering 24 (3), 1610-1648, 2019
72019
The open source officer role–experiences
CE Mols, K Wnuk, J Linåker
IFIP International Conference on Open Source Systems, 55-59, 2017
72017
Public sector platforms going open: creating and growing an ecosystem with open collaborative development
J Linåker, P Runeson
Proceedings of the 16th International Symposium on Open Collaboration, 1-10, 2020
52020
A contribution management framework for firms engaged in open source software ecosystems-a research preview
J Linåker, B Regnell
International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for …, 2017
32017
Rekommendationer för samverkan och delning av data, teknik och kunskap inom myndighetsdrivna öppna data-ekosystem
J Linåker, P Runeson
Teknisk rapport, 2022
12022
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