Special Journal Issue: The Unstoppable Rise of Open Source

Oldenbourg Verlag just published a special issue on open source that I edited. Titled “the unstoppable rise of open source” it provides a five-article overview of open source past, present, and future.

Please read my introduction to “the unstoppable rise of open source” and any of the papers provided in the special issue—naturally, I ensured that they are accessible open access (for free) to readers.

The reference to the special issue is it – Information Technology, Volume 55, Issue 5 (Oct 2013). To make life easy, I’m providing the table of contents here as well:

  1. Trends in Free, Libre, Open Source Software Communities: From Volunteers to Companies by Gonzalez-Barahona, Jesus M. / Robles, Gregorio. Page 173: (Original link, local copy)
  2. Community and Commercial Strategies in Open Source Software by Wasserman, Anthony I. Page 181: (Original link, local copy)
  3. Open Source Community Processes: Implications on Micro and Macro Level by Koch, Stefan. Page 189: (Original link, local copy)
  4. Open Source Engineering Processes Mauerer, Wolfgang / Jaeger, Michael C. Page 196: (Original link, local copy)
  5. Career in Open Source? Relevant Competencies for Successful Open Source Developers by Kimmelmann, Nicole. Page 204: (Original link, local copy)

Enjoy!

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