We haven’t published news from our ROSE development in the last months. Our former release date for ROSE’s next major version was September, but we postponed it to January 2014 after our developers Oliver and Sebastian proposed so many improvements. However, we think that it’s worth to wait! Continue reading
While many colleagues are currently on vacation, our software developers Sebastian and Oliver spend much effort on preparing the next major version of ROSE. This will include a release of our analysis software Ivy.
Today, we released version 1.2 of ROSE, adapted to recent changes in Facebook’s timeline and now remembers participants to comment their actions. Continue reading
February 23th and 24th, we participated the CSCW workshop on „Measuring Networked Privacy“ in San Antonio, Texas. It was our opportunity to discuss our research approach with other HCI researchers also engaged in empirically studies on interactional privacy. Continue reading