Charles M Schweik; Robert C English
|描述：||xii, 351 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|内容：||The power of openness and Internet-based collaboration. The importance of open-source software commons --
What we know about open-source software commons : academic research and theory. The ecosystem ; The developer ; Technological and community attributes ; Institutional attributes --
Our empirical studies of open-source software commons. The OSGeo case : an example of the evolving OSS ecosystem ; Defining open-source software success and abandonment ; What can SourceForge.net data alone tell us about open-source software commons? ; Filling gaps in our data with the survey on free/libre and open-source success ; Answering the questions raised in Part II ; Putting it all together in multivariate models of success and abandonment ; Thinking about Part III : a review of our epirical research --
Conclusions. Our study in perspective.
|责任：||Charles M. Schweik and Robert C. English.|
"This is a fascinating and well written book which presents important research findings for the OSS community, but also offers significant insight for other fields with regard to collaborative