We are always looking for new data to add to the PROMISE repository. The OpenScience project depends on the many people like you to put time and effort into maintaining and expanding this repository. People like you can make that happen by contributing! If you are a researcher who would like to donate data or if you would like to help expand the repository by attending a hackathon (approximately monthly events where we go through SE conferences to find datasets), read on.
There are two ways of contributing to the OpenScience project:
You fall under this category if, for example, you are a researcher with a set of CK/spreadsheet/Cocomo data (just to name a few).
You fall under this category if you are interested in helping us add datasets to tera-PROMISE by going through software engineering conferences to look for research papers that have SE datasets associated with them.
We will be periodically hosting what we call hackathons, where we systematically look through software engineering conferences and look for papers with associated datasets. If you are interested in joining one, either remotely with Google Hangouts or in person in Engineering Building II at North Carolina State University, fill out this Google interest form and check out the instructions on how to help during the hackathon. The next hackathon has not yet been scheduled. Check back later for updates.
If you are a researcher emailing us your data, please include the following sections of information about your data/research in the email.
If you are participating in a hackathon, please comment on the GitHub issue associated with the data, including the following sections of information in your comment.