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 |Workshop ​                | 2 March, 2015 (fixed date TBA) | |Workshop ​                | 2 March, 2015 (fixed date TBA) |
  
-**General Chair**:+**General Chair**
   ***Chanchal K. Roy**, University of Saskatchewan,​ Canada   ***Chanchal K. Roy**, University of Saskatchewan,​ Canada
  
-**Pc Co-Chair**:+**Pc Co-Chair**
   ***Iman Keivanloo**,​ Queen’s University, Canada   ***Iman Keivanloo**,​ Queen’s University, Canada
  
   ***Angela Lozano**, Vrize Universiteir Brussel, Belgium   ***Angela Lozano**, Vrize Universiteir Brussel, Belgium
  
-**Steering Committee**:+**Steering Committee**
   ***James R. Cordy**, Queen’s University, Canada   ***James R. Cordy**, Queen’s University, Canada
  
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 ==== PPAP 2015 ==== ==== PPAP 2015 ====
-[[http://​ppap.soccerlab.polymtl.ca/​ | Second Workshop on Patterns Promotion and Anti-patterns Prevention]] 
  
-Patterns are good solutions to problems reoccurring in certain contexts while anti-patterns are the contrary, i.e., common poor practicesNow, it has been almost two decades since design patterns [Gamma et al., 1994] and anti-patterns [Koenig, 1995] were introduced in the domain of software engineering. Since then, there has been a tremendous number of works mainly ​on the definition, detection, application, ​and impact of design patterns and anti-patterns. These works built a well-established topic of research and a foundation for new families of patterns and anti-patterns. In the past few years, we have seen emerging patterns ​(e.g., testing [Soundarajan et al., 2008], API evolution [Kim et al., 2007], anti-patterns (e.g. linguistic [Abebe et al., 2009; Arnaoudova, 2010], and requirement [Shoemaker, 2007]).+[[http://​ppap.soccerlab.polymtl.ca/ | Second Workshop ​on Patterns Promotion ​and Anti-patterns ​Prevention ​(PPAP) 2015]]
  
-The goal of the the second edition ​of PPAP is to understand to what extent practitioners benefit from the concepts of patterns and anti-patterns and the existing catalogs. In fact, patterns are widely studied in the research community to asses their benefit for program comprehension,​ maintenance,​ and more generally the quality of the software. In addition, many researchers studied to what extent anti-patterns can negatively impact the different software activities and software quality. However, limited feedback exist on how practitioners benefit from the existing body of research on patterns and anti-patterns. Thus, the second edition of PPAP aims at providing a platform for practitioners and researchers to exchange experiences and needs.+**<fc #​ff0000>​DEADLINE EXTENDED</​fc>​** 
 + 
 +Collocated with the 22nd IEEE International Conference on Software Analysis, 
 +Evolution, and Reengineering (SANER'​2015),​ which will be held in 
 +March 2-6 2015, in Polytechnique Montréal, Montréal, Canada. 
 + 
 +Workshop date: TBA (Monday March 2nd OR Friday March 6th), 2015 
 + 
 + 
 +**Highlights** 
 + 
 +  *PPAP Website: http://​ppap.soccerlab.polymtl.ca/​ 
 +  *Abstract submission: by December 8th, 2014 
 +  *Paper submission: by December 8th, 2014 
 +  *Publication:​ in the proceeding of SANER'​2015 
 +  *Contact: ppap@polymtl.ca 
 +  *Submission (via EasyChair) https://​easychair.org/​conferences/?​conf=ppap2015 
 +  *IEEE Proceeding, template at http://​www.ieee.org/​conferences_events/​conferences/​publishing/​templates.html 
 + 
 + 
 +**Workshop** 
 + 
 + 
 +Patterns are good solutions to problems reoccurring in certain contexts 
 +while anti-patterns are the contrary, i.e., common poor practices. 
 +Now, it has been almost two decades since design patterns 
 +[Gamma et al., 1994] and anti-patterns [Koenig, 1995] were introduced 
 +in the domain of software engineering. Since then, there has been 
 +a tremendous number of works mainly on the definition, detection,​ 
 +application,​ and impact of design patterns and anti-patterns. 
 +These works built a well-established topic of research and 
 +a foundation for new families of patterns and anti-patterns. 
 + 
 +The goal of the workshop is to promote the application of patterns and 
 +prevent the spread of anti-patterns. For the second edition, the aim is 
 +to understand to what extent practitioners benefit from the concepts of 
 +patterns and anti-patterns and the existing catalogs. In fact, patterns are 
 +widely studied in the research community to asses their benefit for 
 +program comprehension,​ maintenance,​ and more generally the quality of 
 +the software. In addition, many researchers studied to what extent 
 +anti-patterns can negatively impact the different software activities and 
 +software quality. However, limited feedback exist on how practitioners 
 +benefit from the existing body of research on patterns and anti-patterns. 
 +Thus, the second edition of PPAP aims at providing a platform for 
 +practitioners and researchers to exchange experiences and needs. 
 + 
 +**Topics** 
 + 
 +We invite researchers and practitioners to submit research papers, 
 +position papers, experience reports, and discussion papers. 
 +Topics include but are not limited to: 
 + 
 +  *identifying show-stoppers that prevent to adopt patterns or refactor from anti-patterns;​ 
 +  *impact on software quality, testing; 
 +  *identifying needs for new families of patterns (anti-patterns);​ 
 +  *defining new patterns/​anti-patterns;​ 
 +  *enriching existing patterns/​anti-patterns;​ 
 +  *empirical studies; 
 +  *evolution. 
 + 
 + 
 +**Paper Format** 
 + 
 +Papers should not exceed 4 pages. All papers should be submitted 
 +as PDF file following the IEEE two-column proceedings format: 
 +http://​www.ieee.org/​conferences_events/​conferences/​publishing/​templates.html 
 + 
 +The submission will be done via EasyChair:​ 
 +https://​easychair.org/​conferences/?​conf=ppap2015
  
  
 ^ <fc #​ff0000>​IMPORTANT DATES</​fc>​^^ ^ <fc #​ff0000>​IMPORTANT DATES</​fc>​^^
-|Abstract submission |<​del>​November 21st, 2014</​del> ​               +|Abstract submission |<​del>​December 8th, 2014</​del> ​     
-|Paper submission ​   |November 28th, 2014                |+|Paper submission ​   |<​del>​December 8th, 2014</​del> ​     ​|
 |Notification date   ​|December 23rd, 2014                | |Notification date   ​|December 23rd, 2014                |
 |Camera ready        |January 14th, 2015                 | |Camera ready        |January 14th, 2015                 |
-|Workshop date       |TBA (March 2nd or March 5th) 2015  |+|Workshop date       |TBA (March 2nd or March 6th) 2015  |
  
-**Steering Committee**:+**Steering Committee**
  
   ***Giuliano Antoniol**, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada   ***Giuliano Antoniol**, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
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   ***Leon Moonen**, Simula Research Laboratory, Norway   ***Leon Moonen**, Simula Research Laboratory, Norway
  
-**Organizing ​committee**:+**Organizing ​Committee**
  
   ***Surafel Lemma Abebe**, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia   ***Surafel Lemma Abebe**, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
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   ***Aminata Sabané**, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada   ***Aminata Sabané**, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
   ***Wei Wu**, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada   ***Wei Wu**, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
 +
 +**Program Committee**
 +
 +  ***Gabriele Bavota**, University of Sannio, Italy
 +  ***Alexander Chatzigeorgiou**,​ University of Macedonia, Greece
 +  ***Massimiliano Di Penta**, University of Sannio, Italy
 +  ***Latifa Guerrouj**, Concordia University, Canada
 +  ***Zhen Ming (Jack) Jiang**, York University, Canada
 +  ***Foutse Khomh**, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada
 +  ***Ángela Lozano**, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
 +  ***Naouel Moha**, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
 +  ***Lionel Seinturier**,​ University of Lille 1, France
 +  ***Nikolaos Tsantalis**,​ Concordia University, Canada
 +  ***Stéphane Vaucher**, Benchmark Consulting, Canada
 +  ***Aiko Yamashita**,​ Simula Research Laboratory, Norway
  
 ==== PCODA’15 ==== ==== PCODA’15 ====
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 ^ <fc #​ff0000>​IMPORTANT DATES</​fc>​^^ ^ <fc #​ff0000>​IMPORTANT DATES</​fc>​^^
-|Abstract submission ​     | December 8, 2014 | +|Abstract submission ​     | <del>December 8, 2014</​del> ​
-|Paper submissions ​       | December 12, 2014 |+|Paper submissions ​       | <del>December 12, 2014</​del> ​|
 |Acceptance notification ​ | January 5, 2015  | |Acceptance notification ​ | January 5, 2015  |
 |Camera ready | January 12, 2015 | |Camera ready | January 12, 2015 |
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 ^ <fc #​ff0000>​IMPORTANT DATES</​fc>​ (may still be subject to changes)^^ ^ <fc #​ff0000>​IMPORTANT DATES</​fc>​ (may still be subject to changes)^^
-|Abstract submission ​     | December 16, 2014 |+|Abstract submission ​     | <del>December 16, 2014</​del> ​|
 |Paper submissions ​       | December 21, 2014 | |Paper submissions ​       | December 21, 2014 |
 |Acceptance notification ​ | January 19, 2015  | |Acceptance notification ​ | January 19, 2015  |
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 ^ <fc #​ff0000>​IMPORTANT DATES</​fc>​ (may still be subject to changes)^^ ^ <fc #​ff0000>​IMPORTANT DATES</​fc>​ (may still be subject to changes)^^
-|Submission deadline | December 15, 2014         |+|Submission deadline | <del>December 15, 2014</​del> ​        |
 |Workshop ​           | At SANER, March 2–6, 2015 | |Workshop ​           | At SANER, March 2–6, 2015 |
  
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