Open and Original Problems in Software Language Engineering

OOPSLE

Fifth International Workshop on Open and Original Problems in Software Language Engineering

(date an place to be announced)

The OOPSLE workshop is a discussion-oriented and collaborative forum for formulating and addressing with open, unsolved and unsolvable problems in software language engineering. It can help you define your problems or verify them on the early stage with the community.

“Software languages” comprise all kinds of artificial languages used in software development: for programming, markup, pretty-printing, modelling, data description, formal specification, evolution, etc. Software language engineering is a relatively new research domain of systematic, disciplined and measurable approaches of development, evolution and maintenance of such languages.

The OOPSLE workshop has successfully ran in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. The 2017 edition format, time and location will be announced soon. By now we can only promise to keep the spirit of the original editions with the emphasis on discussions and a near-perfect balance of speakers and participants.

Workshop Co-Chairs