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Articles about and useful in Teaching Open Source
Press coverage of various initiatives in teaching Open Source:
- Firefox's dev team: Canada's best-kept IT secret
- Seneca College teams with FOSS projects for hands-on learning
- How to start contributing to or using Open Source Software
- Building Communities (at OSS Watch)
- Building a community around your open source project (at RedHat Magazine)
- Free Software Project Management HOWTO
- Contributing to Open Source Projects HOWTO
- Producing Open Source Software A book about running open source projects.
- Open customer services number for sky uk A site about running open data customer services projects UK.
- Open Source Package Warehouse Open source projects on Package Warehouse.
- Best open alternative to reach vodafone customer services over phone
- Get IRS Tax Relief Help Open Source For IRS Tax Relief Help
- IRS Tax Attorney Source For Tax Relief, Settle All Your Tax Debts.
Scholarly work on open source communities
Helpful in understanding how such communities have been studied from a non-TOS focused point of view, for writing up TOS-focused papers.
- Gaby Sadowsky-Rasters, e.g. her PhD thesis "Communication and Collaboration in Virtual Teams - Did we get the message?" http://webdoc.ubn.ru.nl/mono/r/rasters_g/commancoi.pdf, and book, http://www.amazon.com/Communication-Cooperation-Virtual-Workplace-Computer-Mediated-Communication/dp/1845425871
- Ruben van Wendel de Joode, e.g. his PhD thesis "Understanding Open Source Communities - An organizational perspective", http://www.tbm.tudelft.nl/live/pagina.jsp?id=5862b06f-1525-45ee-b464-5795f7b08e3d&lang=en&binary==/doc/proefschrift%20Van%20Wendel%20de%20Joode.pdf
- Gabriella 'Biella' Coleman, http://gabriellacoleman.org/blog/?page_id=531 in particular her PhD thesis "The Social Construction of Freedom in Free and Open Source Software: Hackers, Ethics, and the Liberal Tradition"
Scholarly work found in peer reviewed academic journals:
- Bagozzi, R. P., & Dholakia, U. M. (2006). Open source software user communities: A study of participation in Linux user groups. Management Science, 52(7), 1099-1115.
- Edwards, K., (2001). Epistemic communities, situated learning and open source software development. Working paper: http://opensource.mit.edu/papers/kasperedwards-ec.pdf
- Fang, Y. & Neufeld, D. (2009). Understanding sustained participation in open source software projects. Journal of Management Information Systems, 25(4), 9-50.
- Jin, L., Robey, D., & Boudreau, M. (2007). Beyond development: A research agenda for investigating open source software user communities. Information Resources Management Journal, 20(1), 68-80.
- Mateos-Garcia, J., Steinmueller, W. E., 2002. The open source way of working: A new paradigm for the division of labour in software development?. SPRU Electronic Working Paper Series No. 92, http://www.sussex.ac.uk/Units/spru/publications/imprint/sewps/sewp92/sewp92.pdf
- Mateos-Garcia, J., & Steinmueller, W. (2008). The institutions of open source software: Examining the Debian community. Information, Economics and Policy, 20 (4), 333-344.
- Shibuya, B., & Tamai, T. (2009). Understanding the process of participating in open source communities. Emerging Trends in FLOSS Research and Development, International Workshop on, 0, 1-6.
- Chege, M. (2008). Ubuntuism, commodification, and the software dialectic. FirstMonday, Volume 13, Number 12, http://www.firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/2186/2062
- Kamthan, P. (2007). On the Prospects and Concerns of Integrating Open Source Software Environment in Software Engineering Education. Journal of Information Technology Education, 6, 45-64.
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