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Coopetition of Software Firms in Open Source Software Ecosystems [chapter]

Anh Nguyen Duc, Daniela S. Cruzes, Geir K. Hanssen, Terje Snarby, Pekka Abrahamsson
2017 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
Our work contributes to software engineering research with a rich description of coopetition in OSS ecosystems.  ...  Software firms participate in an ecosystem as a part of their innovation strategy to extend value creation beyond the firms boundary.  ...  For coopetition research, we offer an alternative explanation of how coopetition is performed by software firms in an open source SECO.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-69191-6_10 fatcat:2jfjqepvjjfztiddiurok47fza

Open-coopetition in the PC and mobile industries: the WebKit case [article]

Jose Teixeira
2014 arXiv   pre-print
In an era of software crisis, the move of firms towards geographically-distributed software development teams is being challenged by collaboration issues.  ...  On this matter, the open-source phenomenon may shed some light, as successful cases on distributed collaboration in the open-source community have been recurrently reported.  ...  Keywords: Collaboration, open-source, distributed software development, coopetition, open-coopetition, strategic alliances A brief discussion on the software-crisis is provided by Fitzgerald, B.  ... 
arXiv:1409.2255v1 fatcat:xaqewsnhpjc75c4yo7lhdp6u6i

Lessons learned from applying social network analysis on an industrial Free/Libre/Open Source Software ecosystem

Jose Teixeira, Gregorio Robles, Jesús M. González-Barahona
2015 Journal of Internet Services and Applications  
Taking a case study approach, we explore how rival firms collaborate in the open source arena by employing a multi-method approach that combines qualitative analysis of archival data (QA) with mining software  ...  a high-networked open source ecosystem.  ...  Acknowledgements also for Tingting Lin, who initially motivated the mining of open-source repositories with social network analysis, Salman Mian who carefully reviewed our network visualizations.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13174-015-0028-2 fatcat:voyasun5v5fx5e6wxip5crwuny

Cooperation among competitors in the open-source arena: The case of OpenStack [article]

Jose Teixeira and Salman Mian and Ulla Hytti
2016 arXiv   pre-print
We follow the OpenStack open-source ecosystem where competing firms cooperate in the joint-development of a cloud infrastructure for big data.  ...  ., characteristics of open-source ecosystems) allow a focal firm to transfer information and resources more easily between multiple alliances.  ...  in open-source software.  ... 
arXiv:1612.09462v1 fatcat:eg6iqmudlrc6tatdnmdydwnm5a

Do software firms collaborate or compete? A model of coopetition in community-initiated OSS projects [article]

Anh Nguyen-Duc, Daniela S. Cruzes, Snarby Terje, Pekka Abrahamsson
2018 arXiv   pre-print
[Background] An increasing number of commercial firms are participating in Open Source Software (OSS) projects to reduce their development cost and increase technical innovativeness.  ...  We proposed a conceptual model to explain for coopetition among software firms in OSS projects. The model shows two aspects of coopetition can be managed at the same time based on firm gatekeepers.  ...  This phenomenon includes open source software (OSS) communities, crowdsourcing, and software ecosystems (SECO).  ... 
arXiv:1808.06489v1 fatcat:wndezcaacbft5nw4mkrudisssm

Do Software Firms Collaborate or Compete? A Model of Coopetition in Community-initiated OSS Projects

Nguyen-Duc Anh, Daniela S. Cruzes, Snarby Terje, Pekka Abrahamsson
2018 e-Informatica Software Engineering Journal  
An increasing number of commercial firms are participating in Open Source Software (OSS) projects to reduce their development cost and increase technical innovativeness.  ...  We proposed a conceptual model to explain for coopetition among software firms in OSS projects. The model shows two aspects of coopetition can be managed at the same time based on firm gatekeepers.  ...  This phenomenon includes open source software (OSS) communities, crowd-sourcing, and software ecosystems (SECO).  ... 
doi:10.5277/e-inf190102 dblp:journals/eInformatica/Nguyen-DucCSA19 fatcat:zakzvpgy55aylkvftue4adik6q

Collaboration in the open-source arena

Jose Teixeira, Tingting Lin
2014 Proceedings of the 52nd ACM conference on Computers and people research - SIGSIM-CPR '14  
We also reveal the WebKit project as a valuable research site manifesting the novel notion of open-coopetition, where rival firms collaborate with competitors in the open-source community.  ...  In an era of software crisis, the move of firms towards distributed software development teams is being challenged by emerging collaboration issues.  ...  Acknowledgements also for Lero -the Irish software engineering research centre were part of this research was conducted.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2599990.2600009 dblp:conf/sigcpr/TeixeiraL14 fatcat:yygkgr4zpzgghkvfo3yukfcpbu

The Borders of Mobile Handset Ecosystems: Is Coopetition Inevitable? [chapter]

Gaël Gueguen, Thierry Isckia
2009 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
The ecosystems we studied do not differ in terms of exclusive relationship which suggests that coopetitive strategies are particularly relevant in mobile platforms war.  ...  More than half of our sample' relationships are shared by at least two different ecosystems.  ...  In other words, what is the degree of coopetition [7] between rival ecosystems?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03569-2_5 fatcat:2za63qqdzjhkhi6ttzvq2ru2fa

The borders of mobile handset ecosystems: Is coopetition inevitable?

Gaël Gueguen, Thierry Isckia
2011 Telematics and informatics  
The ecosystems we studied do not differ in terms of exclusive relationship which suggests that coopetitive strategies are particularly relevant in mobile platforms war.  ...  More than half of our sample' relationships are shared by at least two different ecosystems.  ...  In other words, what is the degree of coopetition [7] between rival ecosystems?  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tele.2010.05.007 fatcat:uhdp6yyvufcxlibiuybl4i5znm

How Do Software Ecosystems Co-Evolve? [chapter]

Jose Teixeira, Sami Hyrynsalmi
2017 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
Finally, we would like to thank the R, Gource, Gephi, Tulip, Blender, and the OpenStack open-source communities for developing cool and research-friendly software.  ...  SH participated in the analysis and contributed equally to the crafting and writing of this article.  ...  Therefore, they should be generalizable to, at least, open-source software ecosystem and, with some limitations, to general type of software ecosystems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-69191-6_8 fatcat:a6e5li22tjcfpnxlcbuesoos7q

Managing Selling Coopetition: A Case Study of the ERP industry

Estelle Pellegrin-Boucher, Frédéric Le Roy, Călin Gurău'
2017 European Management Review  
We then evaluate the relevance of this framework for managing selling coopetitive agreements by studying how firms from the ERP industry manage their coopetitive selling.  ...  In this research, we therefore focus on the management of selling coopetition and build on past studies to formalize a framework that combines two complementary principles: separation and integration.  ...  This "Laboratory of Excellence" is part of a French government fund recognizing and promoting performing research initiatives in human and natural sciences.  ... 
doi:10.1111/emre.12123 fatcat:yevj273qezf43dgb2rqax3igam

Coopetition as an Emerging Trend in Research: Perspectives for Safety & Security

Shvindina
2019 Safety  
The study of coopetition has been evolving with rapid growth in the number of academic publications in this field.  ...  A number of literature reviews have been published focusing on nature, antecedents of coopetition and future perspectives of its implementation.  ...  Nof, who inspired researchers to investigate new horizons in science. We would like to thank Audrey Reinert for her diligent proofreading of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/safety5030061 fatcat:blmxtps57zeqbgdepsb7ewsw2a

Ecological determinants of smart home ecosystems: A coopetition framework

Elisabeth Struckell, Divesh Ojha, Pankaj C. Patel, Amandeep Dhir
2021 Technological forecasting & social change  
evolution of smart home ecosystems from early to growth phases, leading to a decision among the largest competitors to engage in coopetition.  ...  The study presents a novel approach using industry life cycle model and a coopetition framework to understand the process of the ecosystem development.  ...  IoT and service defined by other attempt to explain the role of in software products source of revenues over time offering flexibility may make complementary products that service in firm and industry  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techfore.2021.121147 fatcat:cycekxlkmfbi5jy4ignni36g3i

Coping with coopetition — Facing dilemmas in cooperation for sustainable development: The case of the Dutch smart grid industry

Julia Planko, Maryse M.H. Chappin, Jacqueline Cramer, Marko P. Hekkert
2019 Business Strategy and the Environment  
We conducted research in the Dutch smart grids sector and explored how these firms minimize inherent risks of coopetition.  ...  We investigated how firms cope with these risks when establishing an innovation ecosystem to implement a new technology in society.  ...  We want to understand how networks of firms deal with risks inherent in coopetition when building innovation ecosystems.  ... 
doi:10.1002/bse.2271 fatcat:xzcecbrjbnbkxmk6kabui4q3hu

Collaboration and Innovation Dynamics in Software Ecosystems: A Technology Management Research Perspective

Matthijs den Besten, Chintan Amrit, Andrea Capiluppi, Gregorio Robles
2020 IEEE transactions on engineering management  
In a widely used definition, a software ecosystem (SECO) is a "collection of software projects which are developed and evolve together in the same environment."  ...  With this article, we want to open the floor to further discussion on how internal and external drivers can be effective in propelling innovation of both traditional (closed) and open-source SECOs.  ...  Such a system is also a socio-technical system and can be either an open-source software ecosystem (OSSECO) or a proprietary SECO.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tem.2020.3015969 fatcat:o7ermbg4obgj5arikqjdo7fkcu
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