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Daniel Méndez
Empirical Software/Requirements Engineering, Open Science, and Public Outreach. Also a little bit of a smart ass.
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Daniel Méndez Nov 10
I think we are discussing two very different points: one is that the review load is in general too high and that it should be acceptable to decline (which I agree) and the other is that a reviewer made the explicit recommendation to reject the paper without having even read it
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Daniel Méndez Nov 9
Thank you! So I return from my “this might have violated page constraints and should have been desk rejected” to my original disbelief. People who haven’t read a manuscript should not be allowed to provide a rating. Actually quite simple you might think… ;-)
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Daniel Méndez Nov 9
Oh dear, didn’t realise it was submitted to a conference 😮
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Burak Turhan Nov 8
I'm hiring a postdoctoral research fellow in software engineering. Please share with anyone who might be interested. For position description and application:
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Daniel Méndez Nov 8
Replying to @corpaul @shaohua0116
I agree that reviewing a 71-pager is not fun, but if I don‘t have time I can decline the review invitation which is more decent than not reading the paper and recommending rejection ;-)
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Daniel Méndez Nov 8
Plus disseminate/ adopt the standards in the different venues. :)
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Daniel Méndez Nov 8
Replying to @shaohua0116
Sorry but how could the last review („I don’t have time“) even dare to recommend rejection??
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Daniel Méndez Nov 8
And it’s impressive how many joined this initiative 👍
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Daniel Méndez Nov 8
Replying to @mendezfe
Copenhagen, I’m contrast, turns out to have a „do it yourself“ security where the scanner doesn’t spin around you, but where you perform a pirouette in front of the scanner... I wish I were joking ;-)
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Daniel Méndez Nov 8
Replying to @mtorchiano
„Strong accept that the authors should submit elsewhere“ maybe... ;-)
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Daniel Méndez Nov 8
Replying to @DrPaulRalph
Agree on that, saves a lot of energy which can be spent on things actually worth it... ;-)
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Daniel Méndez Nov 8
The moment you realise during rebuttal phase that the ratings don’t go (-2, -1, 0, +1, + 2) but (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Xavier Franch Nov 5
Please find the slides of my tutorial on data-driven RE at
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Daniel Méndez Nov 5
Please consider submitting to our track on on-site empirical studies in agile software development! Submit a research plan, conduct a study during the conf, and publish first results in our (post) proceedings! More here: / with
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Daniel Méndez Nov 5
Replying to @lionel_c_briand
The worst part was still having to stand in that queue for 1.5 minutes and no one offering me something to drink. But thank you, I appreciate your honesty. ;-)
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Daniel Méndez Nov 5
Replying to @xLeitix
And it ends with entering castle Wolfenstein...
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Daniel Méndez Nov 5
Replying to @DrPaulRalph @maalejw
A similar thought came to my mind... “Are they even scanning? Are they only pretending? Is that Netflix on their screen?”
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Daniel Méndez Nov 4
Replying to @maalejw
My personal technology readiness level is quite low indeed ;-)
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Daniel Méndez Nov 4
Munich airport security has new scanners where you don’t need to get electronic equipment or liquids out of your hand luggage. After getting that explained three times, I am still impressed by how badly I am able to cope with such little changes at 5am in the morning...
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Daniel Méndez Nov 4
Replying to @VictorA48721140
I guess, curiosity. Don’t get me wrong; the process demands often a lot of patience and it often comes with frustration, but overall speaking and in retroperspective, the experience, what you gain and the professional and personal growth through it was absolutely worth it.
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