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Boldyreff, Cornelia; Lavery, Janet; Nutter, David; Rank, Stephen (2003)
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Open-source software projects rarely have highquality process support. Any tools which are used to control workflow in a project are usually fixed to a particular process, which is often not made explicit. In order to improve the support for process modelling, monitoring, and control, it is necessary to use tools which allow the creation and manipulation of process models. This paper describes the GENESIS platform, an opensource lightweight process-neutral toolkit which supports distributed collaboration over the internet for software engineering. The capabilities provided by the platform make it suitable for adoption by open-source projects. Many open-source projects have little or no automated process support. The GENESIS project offers these capabilities in a form which is ideal for adoption by such projects.

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