Holger M. Kienle , University of Victoria
Anke Weber , ExperEdge
Johannes Martin , Universit?t Mainz
Hausi A. M? , University of Victoria
This paper describes our experiences with the development and maintenance of the BSENG Web site, which provides information about a new Bachelor program for software engineering at the University of Victoria. The site?s requirements lead to a design that emphasizes simplicity to ease maintenance. We used Macromedia Dreamweaver to develop the site. During development, we identified two important maintenance tasks-detection of dead links and preservation of the site?s navigational structure-that are not well supported by Dreamweaver. We discuss how we use the Rigi reverse engineering environment to aid the Web site developer with these maintenance tasks.