Welcome to WSE 2005!

Since its inception in 1999, the Web Site Evolution (WSE) series of events have provided a forum for researchers and practitioners to present original work on subjects related to the disciplined evolution of large-scale Web sites.

Web site evolution is a rich research area. There are enough similarities between large-scale Web sites and traditional legacy systems that many of the proven tools and techniques can be redeployed in this new application area. However, there are also enough differences that the problem requires innovative solutions to the many new problems unique to the discipline.

As a one-day symposium, WSE 2005 aims to bring together members of both the Software Maintenance & Evolution and Web Engineering communities. The goal is to provide an environment for researchers and practitioners working in areas such as Web application design, development, maintenance, and evolution to discuss results and exchange experiences about models, methods, tools, techniques, and technologies related to the above-mentioned areas.

WSE 2005 will be held in Budapest on September 26 and is co-located with ICSM 2005, the 21st IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance.

More information is available by clicking on the Call for Papers section.

We hope that you will participate in WSE 2005 and contribute to its success!

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[10-04-05] WSE 2005 is over! Thanks to everyone who contributed to make it a success. 
WSE 2005 is now over. We wish to thank attendees, Program Committee members and everyone who contributed to making WSE 2005 a successful symposium. We look forward to seeing you next year in Philadelphia for WSE 2006, the 8th IEEE Symposium on Web Site Evolution, to be held on September 23-24, 2006, in conjunction with ICSM 2006.