Open Source Development, Adoption and Innovation

IFIP Working Group 2.13 on Open Source Software, June 11–14, 2007, Limerick, Ireland

ISBN: 978-0-387-72485-0 (Print) 978-0-387-72486-7 (Online)

Table of contents (52 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XXVIII

  2. Full Papers

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      Pages 1-1

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      FOCSE: An OWA-based Evaluation Framework for OS Adoption in Critical Environments

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      Pages 17-30

      Open Source Collaboration for Fostering Off-The-Shelf Components Selection

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      Pages 31-44

      From the Cathedral to the Bazaar: An Empirical Study of the Lifecycle of Volunteer Community Projects

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      Pages 45-57

      Project Entity Matching across FLOSS Repositories

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      Pages 59-70

      Can Knowledge Management be Open Source?

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      Pages 71-84

      Emergent Decision-Making Practices in Free/Libre Open Source Software (Floss) Development Teams

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      Pages 85-96

      Experiences on Product Development with Open Source Software

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      Pages 97-108

      Exploring the Effects of Coordination and Communication Tools on the Efficiency of Open Source Projects using Data Envelopment Analysis

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      Pages 109-120

      Innovation in Open Source Software Development: A Tale of Two Features

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      Pages 121-132

      Corporate Involvement of Libre Software: Study of Presence in Debian Code over Time

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      Pages 133-146

      Sprint-driven development: working, learning and the process of enculturation in the PyPy community

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      Pages 147-160

      Using Repository of Repositories (RoRs) to Study the Growth of F/OSS Projects: A Meta-Analysis Research Approach

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      Pages 161-172

      Community Structure, Individual Participation and the Social Construction of Merit

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      Pages 173-186

      OpenBQR: a framework for the assessment of OSS

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      Pages 187-200

      Network Analysis of the SourceForge.net Community

  3. Short Papers

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      Pages 201-201

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      Pages 203-208

      Influence in the Linux Kernel Community

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      Pages 209-215

      EDOS Distribution System: a P2P architecture for open-source content dissemination

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      Pages 217-222

      Reusing an open source application — practical experiences with a mobile CRM pilot

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      Pages 223-228

      The role of trust in OSS communities — Case Linux Kernel community

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      Pages 229-234

      Authenticating from multiple authentication sources in a collaborative platform

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