Open Source Software: New Horizons

6th International IFIP WG 2.13 Conference on Open Source Systems, OSS 2010, Notre Dame, IN, USA, May 30 – June 2, 2010. Proceedings

ISBN: 978-3-642-13243-8 (Print) 978-3-642-13244-5 (Online)

Table of contents (49 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Full Papers

    1. Chapter

      Pages 1-14

      Spago4Q and the QEST nD Model: An Open Source Solution for Software Performance Measurement

    2. Chapter

      Pages 15-28

      An Investigation of the Users’ Perception of OSS Quality

    3. Chapter

      Pages 29-41

      Engaging without Over-Powering: A Case Study of a FLOSS Project

    4. Chapter

      Pages 42-52

      The Meso-level Structure of F/OSS Collaboration Network: Local Communities and Their Innovativeness

    5. Chapter

      Pages 53-72

      To Patent or Not to Patent: A Pilot Experiment on Incentives to Copyright in a Sequential Innovation Setting

    6. Chapter

      Pages 73-84

      Voting for Bugs in Firefox: A Voice for Mom and Dad?

    7. Chapter

      Pages 85-96

      The Nagios Community: An Extended Quantitative Analysis

    8. Chapter

      Pages 97-104

      Collaborative Development for the XO Laptop: CODEX 2

    9. Chapter

      Pages 105-118

      Risks and Risk Mitigation in Open Source Software Adoption: Bridging the Gap between Literature and Practice

    10. Chapter

      Pages 119-129

      Usability Innovations in OSS Development – Examining User Innovations in an OSS Usability Discussion Forum

    11. Chapter

      Pages 130-142

      Governance in Open Source Software Development Projects: A Comparative Multi-level Analysis

    12. Chapter

      Pages 143-155

      Evaluating the Readiness of Proprietary Software for Open Source Development

    13. Chapter

      Pages 156-176

      Where and When Can Open Source Thrive? Towards a Theory of Robust Performance

    14. Chapter

      Pages 177-187

      How Open Are Local Government Documents in Sweden? A Case for Open Standards

    15. Chapter

      Pages 188-199

      Bug Localization Using Revision Log Analysis and Open Bug Repository Text Categorization

    16. Chapter

      Pages 200-213

      T-DOC: A Tool for the Automatic Generation of Testing Documentation for OSS Products

    17. Chapter

      Pages 214-223

      Open Source Introducing Policy and Promotion of Regional Industries in Japan

    18. Chapter

      Pages 224-238

      Comparing OpenBRR, QSOS, and OMM Assessment Models

    19. Chapter

      Pages 239-251

      Joining and Socialization in Open Source Women’s Groups: An Exploratory Study of KDE-Women

    20. Chapter

      Pages 252-267

      Download Patterns and Releases in Open Source Software Projects: A Perfect Symbiosis?

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