Open Source Development, Communities and Quality [electronic resource] :IFIP 20th World Computer Congress, Working Group 2.3 on Open Source Software, September 7-10, 2008, Milano, Italy / edited by Barbara Russo, Ernesto Damiani, Scott Hissam, Bjȵrn Lundell, Giancarlo Succi.
Contributor(s): Damiani, Ernesto [editor.] | Hissam, Scott [editor.] | Lundell, Bjȵrn [editor.] | Succi, Giancarlo [editor.].Material type: BookSeries: IFIP The International Federation for Information Processing, 275.Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 2008Description: online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780387096841.Contained works: SpringerLink (Online service).Subject(s): Computer science | Computer network architectures | Information theory | Information systems | Information Systems | Computer Science | Computer Systems Organization and Communication Networks | Theory of Computation | Information Systems Applications (incl.Internet) | Computers and Society | Management of Computing and Information SystemsDDC classification: 004.6 Online resources: de clik aquí para ver el libro electrónico
Full Papers -- A Framework for Evaluating Managerial Styles in Open Source Projects -- Forging A Community Not: Experiences On Establishing An Open Source Project -- Mapping Linux Security Targets to Existing Test Suites -- Overview on Trust in Large FLOSS Communities -- PMLite: An Open Source Solution for Process Monitoring -- Requirements Acquisition in Open Source Development: Firefox 2.0 -- Analysis of Coordination Between Developers and Users in the Apache Community -- Lost and Gained in Translation: Adoption of Open Source Software Development at Hewlett-Packard -- Mining for Practices in Community Collections: Finds From Simple Wikipedia -- Open to Grok. How do Hackers Practices Produce Hackers? -- Social Dynamics of FLOSS Team Communication Across Channels -- Towards a Global Research Infrastructure for Multidisciplinary Study of Free/Open Source Software Development -- Update Propagation Practices in Highly Reusable Open Source Components -- Using Social Network Analysis Techniques to Study Collaboration between a FLOSS Community and a Company -- Empirical Analysis of the Bug Fixing Process in Open Source Projects -- The Total Growth of Open Source -- Adoption of Open Source in the Software Industry -- Migration Discourse Structures: Escaping Microsofts Desktop Path -- The SQO-OSS Quality Model: Measurement Based Open Source Software Evaluation -- Short Papers -- An Open Integrated Environment for Transparent Fuzzy Agents Design -- Archetypal Internet-Scale Source Code Searching -- Channeling Firefox Developers: Mom and Dad Arent Happy Yet -- Continuous Integration in Open Source Software Development -- Extracting Generally Applicable Patterns from Object-Oriented Programs for the Purpose of Test Case Creation -- Social Networking Technologies for Free-Open Source E-Learning Systems -- The Networked Forge: New Environments for Libre Software Development -- To What Extent Does It Pay to Approach Open Source Software for a Big Telco Player? -- A Framework to Abstract The Design Practices of e-Learning System Projects -- Assessing Innovation in the Software Sector: Proprietary vs. FOSS Production Mode. Preliminary Evidence from the Italian Case -- Detecting Agility of Open Source Projects Through Developer Engagement -- Facilitating Social Network Studies of FLOSS using the OSSNetwork Environment -- Reflection on Knowledge Sharing in F/OSS Projects -- Usability in Company Open Source Software Context - Initial Findings from an Empirical Case Study -- Willingness to Cooperate Within the Open Source Software Domain -- Open Source Project Categorization Based on Growth Rate Analysis and Portfolio Planning Methods -- Applying Open Source Development Practices Inside a Company -- Towards The Evaluation of OSS Trustworthiness: Lessons Learned From The Observation of Relevant OSS Projects -- Open Source Reference Systems for Biometric Verification of Identity -- eResearch Workflows for Studying Free and Open Source Software Development -- Panels -- Panel: Opportunities and Risks for Open Source Software in Industry -- Posters and Demonstrations -- Open Source Environments for Collaborative Experiments in e-Science.
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