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New Site for Online Submissions
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October 2020 Issue of SEN
This issue of SEN includes these letters, columns and workshop summaries:
- Letter from the Chair - Tom Zimmermann
- Letter from the Editor - Dietmar Pfahl
- List of Workshop Summaries
- Top 8 Downloaded Articles - Will Tracz
- Top 8 Most Cited Articles - Will Tracz
- SIGSOFT FY'20 Annual Report - Tom Zimmermann
- Diversity and Inclusion in the Software Engineering Research Community - Alexander Serebrenik, Kelly Blincoe, Byron J. Williams, and Joanne M. Atlee
- Passages - Alex Groce
- Risks to the Public - Peter G. Neumann and contributors
- Pains and Gains of Peer-Reviewing in Software Engineering (3) - Jacopo Soldani
- Peer Reviewing in SE: Perspectives from STVR Co-Editors-in-Chief - Robert Hierons and Tao Xie
- Peer Review: Trust and Prejudice - Mauro Pezzé
- Announcing biblatex-software: software citation made easy - Roberto Di Cosmo
- Summary of the 8th Workshop on Genetic Improvement @ ICSE 2020 (GI-2020)
- Summary of the 1st ICSSP-ICGSE Joint Event [Co-located with ICSE 2020]
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