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26th International Conference on Software Engineering - W8S Workshop "Collaboration, Conflict and Control: The 4th Workshop on Open Source Software Engineering"

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  • Location: Edinburgh, UK
  • Conference date: 25 May 2004
  • ISBN: 0 86341 423 0
  • Conference number: 2004/908
  • The following topics are dealt with: academic software research; open source software development; collaborative software research project; code structure; FLOSS project success measures; collaborative open-source technology transfer; Apache project community structure; community; user collaboration community; Debian project; distributed control in Gentoo Linux; version control tools; OSS project success and closed source software development

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  • Control objectives in open source projects
  • Open source and closed source software development methodologies
  • Communication and conflict issues in collaborative software research projects
  • Contributing to OS projects: a comparison between individual and firms
  • Improving comprehension and cooperation through code structure
  • Towards a portfolio of FLOSS project success measures
  • Toward collaborative open-source technology transfer
  • Community structure of modules in the Apache project
  • Collaboration, leadership, control, and conflict negotiation in the community
  • How can academic software research and open source software development help each other?
  • WebDAV based open source collaborative development environment
  • Organizational structure of "User Collaboration Community": insights from the case of an open source software project
  • Inside an open source software community: empirical analysis on individual and group level
  • From Bazaar to Kibbutz: how freedom deals with coherence in the Debian project
  • In the network: distributed control in Gentoo Linux
  • A conflict detected earlier is a conflict resolved easier [open source development coordination]
  • Version control tools: a collaborative vehicle for learning in F/OS
  • Migrating a development project to open source software development
  • OSS project success: from internal dynamics to external impact
  • Exploiting the collaboration between open source developers and research
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