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Collaborative Development within Open Source Communities
Soriano Camino, Francisco Javier and Jiménez Gañán, Miguel and Frutos Cid, Sonia
Collaborative Development within Open Source Communities.
"Encyclopedia of Networked and Virtual Organizations".
IGI Global, Information Science Reference, EEUU, pp. 232-236.
Open source communities are one of the most successful-- and least appreciated--examples of high-performance collaboration and community building on the Internet today. Open source communities began as loosely organized, ad-hoc communities of contributors from all over the world who shared an interest in meeting a common need. However, the organization of these communities has proven to be very flexible and capable of carrying out all kind of developments, ranging from minor projects to huge programs such as Apache (Höhn, & Herr, 2004; Mockus, Fielding, & Herbsleb, 2005)
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