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3   -The Brazilian Public Software (SPB) is a program by sponsored the Brazilian Federal
4   -Government to foster the sharing and collaboration on Free/Libre/Open Source
5   -Software (FLOSS) solutions for the public administration. In the one hand,
6   -Brazilian Public Softwares have some differences from FLOSS projects, in
7   -particular, the software is considered a public good and the Federal government
8   -assumes some responsibilities related to its use. In the other hand, the
  3 +The Brazilian Public Software (SPB) is a program promoted by the Brazilian Federal
  4 +Government to foster sharing and collaboration on Free/Libre/Open Source
  5 +Software (FLOSS) solutions for the public administration. On the one hand,
  6 +Brazilian Public Software has some differences from other FLOSS projects. In
  7 +particular, the public software is considered a public good and the Federal Government
  8 +assumes some responsibilities related to its use. On the other hand, the
9 9 software development principles are the same: the trend towards
10   -decentralization in decision-making, the information and development sharing,
11   -and the continuous feedback. In this context, we have designed a platform based
12   -on the integration and evolution of existing FLOSS tools. Nowadays, the SPB
13   -Portal provides several modern features for software collaborative development,
14   -helping the Brazilian public administration to share its solutions. In this
  10 +decentralization in decision-making, information and code sharing,
  11 +and continuous feedback. In this context, we have designed the SPB Portal, a platform based
  12 +on the integration and evolution of existing FLOSS tools. Nowadays, it
  13 +provides several modern features for software collaborative development,
  14 +helping the Brazilian public administration in sharing its solutions. In this
15 15 paper, we present this integrated software development platform that was
16   -developed for the program by a heterogeneous team composed by professors,
17   -master students, undergraduate students and professionals from FLOSS
  16 +developed for the SPB program by a heterogeneous team composed by professors,
  17 +master students, undergraduate students, and professionals from FLOSS
18 18 communities. The development of this platform used several FLOSS applications,
19   -providing a non-trivial integration among them, as well as, have generated
20   -several contributed features back to them. In this experience report, alongside
21   -the platform architecture, features, and the user experience efforts carried
22   -out, we also discuss our work process, based on agile and free software
23   -development practices, and the lessons learned in 30 months work on the SPB
  19 +providing a non-trivial integration among them. This effort has also produced
  20 +several new features that were contributed back to these FLOSS applications. In this experience report, alongside
  21 +the platform architecture, the features, and the user experience challenges,
  22 +we also discuss our work process, based on agile and free software
  23 +development practices, and the lessons learned in 30 months of work on the SPB
24 24 project.
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26 26 \end{abstract}
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