Free/open Source Software Development

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Stefan Koch
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2005 - 309 Seiten
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Free/Open Source Software Development gives an overview of the current research streams in the field of free and open source software development. A multitude of research approaches are used to explore free and open source software development processes, attributes of their products and the workings within the development communities. This book offers a glimpse beyond 'classical' free and open source software development, and analyzes chances and risks for cooperations with traditional organizations and the implications of this new model for areas other than software development.
 

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Control Meets Anarchy in Two Open Source Projects
1
Methodology and Case Studies Red Hat and Debian
27
Chapter III The CoEvolution of Systems and Communities in Free and Open Source Software Development
59
FOSS Development and Software Engineering Practices Extensive Analysis
83
Chapter IV The Role of Modularity in FreeOpen Source Software Development
84
Chapter V A Quantitative Study of the Adoption of Design Patterns by Open Source Software Developers
103
FOSS Projects as Social Constructs
124
VideoLAN
125
A Quantitative Investigation
203
FOSS Development Interacting with Commercial and Public Organizations
221
Chapter X Benefits and Pitfalls of Open Source in Commercial Contexts
222
Chapter XI Experiences Enhancing Open Source Security in the POSSE Project
242
Implications of the FOSS Development Model The Broad Picture
258
Chapter XII The Impact of Open Source Development on the Social Construction of Intellectual Property
259
Anthropological Lessons for Vocational Ethics
273
About the Editor
296

Cooperation and Conflict in a Virtual Organizational Culture
152
Simulating FOSS Development Dynamic Swarms
173
Chapter VIII Dynamical Simulation Models of the Open Source Development Process
174
About the Authors
297
Index
306
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