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Form a group of three (3) persons on time. Both your own article is written and exercises are solved in these groups. If you have problems to find a group or third member into your group, use the Match Making section below or find one after lectures. The instructor reserves right to split and merge groups to adjust the amount of articles (target is at most 24 articles).

Deadline. Your group is officially formed when you add your initial article topic with three participants into the Completed Groups section in this page on time. See the Article page.


Please note that this is a wiki, so you can edit the page instead of writing comments. Edit the page to add your group or individual info, and when you have done your match making, you can edit away your group information and add it to the corresponding section.

Match Making

Use this section to advertise yourself or your group. The goal is to form groups consisting of three persons.

Append your name and a small message at the end of the following list.

John Doe: I am looking for group that would be interested on quality aspects of OSS. Just kidding, this was only an example!

<Your name here>: <Your message here>

Completed Groups

Append your topic on this page and names of the authors at the end of the following list.


Do not comment on the page but edit it.

Example Article (First Author, Second Author & Third Author)

<Your topic here> (<Your names here>)

Open source software projects in the field of biological image analysis: Incentives, characteristics and evolution, PDF Version (Tero Vuolio, Tommi Veijola)

Agile software development methods in Open Source Software Development, PDF version  (Jenni Törmälä, Annukka Törmälä, Paula Häyrynen)

Open Source Licensing in Commercial Use (Mikko Ruotsalainen, Saku Ruohola, Kalle Ollonqvist)

Forking: Motivations and Outcomes, PDF version (Ville Salminen, Nina Markuksela, Tapio Anttila)

A comparison of software security in open source and closed source software projects (Juho Sipola, Joel Lehtelä, Atte Jauhiainen)

Community building in OSS to achieve high quality software,  PDF version (Benjamin Mustonen, Pirkka-Pekka Launonen and Riku Mäkynen) 

Factors discouraging participation in Open Source ProjectPDF version, Presentation PDF (Mohammad Hassan Sadeghein, Jussi Tyynelä, Juho Mustakangas)

Health care industry and open source software  (Saila Kivelä, Jari Paunonen, Susanna Niemelä)

Vulnerability Detection and Mitigation in Open Source Software, PDF version (Niko Pelkonen, Juho Junnila, Janne Määttä)

Open Source in Electronics and Hardware, PDF version (Tuomas Liimatta, Markus Oja)

Open Source Software in Space Research (Henna Ahoranta, Oleg Martos, Eetu Laukka)

Automation in Open Source Software Development (Olli Hiekkaranta, Joonas Perunka, Pentti Karinkanta)

Open source game development practices and challenges (Markus Ylikörkkö, Hassan Shaheen, Arttu Vuosku)

Use of OSS in game development (Santeri Moberg, Joonas Hilke, Juuso Säärelä)

But should I trust you? Heartbleed and Dual-EC or why OSS‘s security is not shallowecurity solutions (Malte Büttner)

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