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Applying Open Source Practices and Principles in Open Innovation: The Case of the Demola Platform [chapter]

Terhi Kilamo, Imed Hammouda, Ville Kairamo, Petri Räsänen, Jukka P. Saarinen
2011 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
In numerous fields, businesses have to rely on rapid development and release cycles.  ...  We have identified similarities with its way of operation to open source software development and find that it offers a viable motivational, organizational and collaborative solution to open innovation  ...  Such challenges in the daily workflow of the project development need futher management methods on top of FLOSS. How these challenges are met is a focus of future research.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-24418-6_22 fatcat:kxi6j6gj2bg43otyqehf57td4i

Challenges of Tracking and Documenting Open Source Dependencies in Products: A Case Study [chapter]

Andreas Bauer, Nikolay Harutyunyan, Dirk Riehle, Georg-Daniel Schwarz
2020 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Software vendors need to manage the dependencies of the open source components used in their products.  ...  The management of these dependencies has grown in an ad-hoc fashion in most companies. As such, vendors find it hard to learn from each other and improve practices.  ...  We also thank our industry partners that provided their valuable time and expertise for this research project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-47240-5_3 fatcat:wgasra7iebc4rembebcvm7ukxa

Analysis of the Potentials of Blockchain for the Governance of Global Digital Commons

David Rozas, Antonio Tenorio-Fornés, Samer Hassan
2021 Frontiers in Blockchain  
In recent years, the increasing need for global coordination has attracted interest in the governance of global-scale commons.  ...  As part of our analysis, we provide numerous examples of existing blockchain projects using affordances in line with each principle, as well as potential integrations of such affordances in existing practices  ...  We would like to thank Vasilis Kostakis and Eve Guterman for their valuable comments, as well as Tabitha Whittall for her help in copyediting and proofreading this article.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fbloc.2021.577680 fatcat:yhm4edhonjadfkxie55xabqaqy

Sociology of FLOSS upon Bridging Digital Divide in Turkey

Huseyin Tolu
2018 AJIT-e Online Academic Journal of Information Technology  
industry and strong FLOSS communities, Turkey has not achieved FLOSS benefits yet due mainly to no FLOSS policy, failure of Pardus project, lack of centre government support/interest, insufficient educational  ...  opportunities and vendor lock-in issue.  ...  In the project, millions, mainly youths, government employees and local administrators/managers have been trained on fundamental computer and internet skills.  ... 
doi:10.5824/1309-1581.2018.3.013.x fatcat:jr46ecrpwrgcpljpvmt2foddve

FLOSS 2013: a survey dataset about free software contributors: challenges for curating, sharing, and combining

Gregorio Robles, Laura Arjona Reina, Alexander Serebrenik, Bogdan Vasilescu, Jesús M. González-Barahona
2014 Proceedings of the 11th Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories - MSR 2014  
.), education and level of English, professional status, dedication to FLOSS projects, reasons and motivations, involvement and goals.  ...  In this data paper we describe a data set obtained by means of performing an on-line survey to over 2,000 Free/Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS) contributors.  ...  So, for instance, Figure 1 gives, for males and females, the age contributors had when they started collaborating in FLOSS projects. It can be observed how females join FLOSS at older ages.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2597073.2597129 dblp:conf/msr/RoblesRSVG14 fatcat:g3nmylskz5dyvlrzxc4g4kw5zm

An environment for sustainable research software in Germany and beyond: current state, open challenges, and call for action

Hartwig Anzt, Felix Bach, Stephan Druskat, Frank Löffler, Axel Loewe, Bernhard Y. Renard, Gunnar Seemann, Alexander Struck, Elke Achhammer, Piush Aggarwal, Franziska Appel, Michael Bader (+31 others)
2020 F1000Research  
in Berlin.  ...  In other words, software must be available, discoverable, usable, and adaptable to new needs, both now and in the future.  ...  The authors write "We also argue that truly sustainable research software must ideally be published under a Free/Libre Open Source Software (FLOSS) license, and follow an open development model…" what  ... 
doi:10.12688/f1000research.23224.1 pmid:33552475 pmcid:PMC7845155 fatcat:g4aqsfmdcrez5kimv5j6fzbh2e

An environment for sustainable research software in Germany and beyond: current state, open challenges, and call for action

Hartwig Anzt, Felix Bach, Stephan Druskat, Frank Löffler, Axel Loewe, Bernhard Y. Renard, Gunnar Seemann, Alexander Struck, Elke Achhammer, Piush Aggarwal, Franziska Appel, Michael Bader (+32 others)
2021 F1000Research  
in Berlin.  ...  In other words, software must be available, discoverable, usable, and adaptable to new needs, both now and in the future.  ...  academia.  ... 
doi:10.12688/f1000research.23224.2 fatcat:seuwywwdlrfmbne27dj6yv273i

Implications of Openness: A Study into (All) the Growing Literature on Open Innovation

Eleni Giannopoulou, Anna Yström, Susanne Ollila, Tobias Fredberg, Maria Elmquist
2010 Journal of Technology Management & Innovation  
Earlier overviews have analyzed the current status of the field at different points in time.  ...  The paper identifies current streams in the literature and identifies key issues that future research needs to solve.  ...  " and "Collaborating with academia and Government Policy", respectively.  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-27242010000300012 fatcat:wg5vb75svnhevbehs5qu5giewa

Learning 2.0 in Knowledge Economy: A Case Study of a Pilot Project in Zambia

Juseuk Kim
2017 International Journal of Regional Development  
This paper explores how Learning 2.0 in a knowledge economy can promote African higher education. It uses a case study of the pilot project in Zambia.  ...  In conclusion, the concept of the project presents that elements of the learning 2.0 in the knowledge economy can help to spread the higher education in developing countries.  ...  Academia, research centers, R&D mostly in wealthier countries All sectors, all peoples all over the world Open, collaborative educational practices (OEP) Impetus for content Academic  ... 
doi:10.5296/ijrd.v4i2.11110 fatcat:7pz3tmn5izglpa3wqgpqvaqzy4

Open-DO: Open Framework for Critical Systems

Jose F Ruiz, Cyrille Comar
2009 Electronic Communications of the EASST  
When human life depends on the correct operation of the software, strict processes are put in place to ensure, as much as possible, the absence of errors in the airborne system.  ...  in FlOSS.  ...  In the context of the French government "Competitive Clusters" initiative to encourage research, a two-years funding was awarded to the project, submitted as part of the Free Software thematic group.  ... 
doi:10.14279/tuj.eceasst.20.257 dblp:journals/eceasst/RuizC09 fatcat:ybzhqrrvnva5liwujfcdksjv3i

An Environment for Sustainable Research Software in Germany and Beyond: Current State, Open Challenges, and Call for Action [article]

Hartwig Anzt, Felix Bach, Stephan Druskat, Frank Löffler, Axel Loewe, Bernhard Y. Renard, Gunnar Seemann, Alexander Struck, Elke Achhammer, Piush Aggarwal, Franziska Appel, Michael Bader (+31 others)
2020 arXiv   pre-print
in Berlin.  ...  In other words, software must be available, discoverable, usable, and adaptable to new needs, both now and in the future.  ...  academia.  ... 
arXiv:2005.01469v2 fatcat:dwsy3y42z5c6fheqzbww2epccu

Software Architecture Knowledge Management

Hans van Vliet
2008 Australian Software Engineering Conference : Proceedings  
The research presented in this book is unique and different in the sense that it is the result of close collaboration between academia and industry.  ...  , and approaches under development in academia.  ...  Therefore in these projects AK is not managed explicitly but rather emerges gradually. 2. Hybrid FLOSS projects.  ... 
doi:10.1109/aswec.2008.4483186 fatcat:xwdaitrejvb2fkyx3ymeg6tq6i

Information on EFMI Working and Project Groups

Rolf Engelbrecht, Patrick Weber
2012 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
• The WG collaborates with MedFLOSS.org (http:// www.MedFLOSS.org), a website providing a comprehensive and structured overview of Free/Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS) projects in the domains of  ...  Projected Outcomes • Make an inventory of casemix management methods used in different countries • Promote the use of Casemix tools for integrated care, with a focus on prevention. • Improve quality of  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0038-1638905 fatcat:6drtq3znyff53khosyajy4n2ri

uMap: A Free Open-Source Alternative to Google My Maps

Sepideh Shahamati, Léa Denieul-Pinsky, Yannick Baumann, Emory Shaw, Sébastien Caquard
2022 Cartographic Perspectives  
On the other hand, uMap seems less relevant for crowdmapping projects, due to its lack of built-in options to manage and control public contributions.  ...  Through these experiences, uMap appears particularly well-suited for collaborative mapping projects, due to its ease in connecting to remote data and its high level of interoperability with a range of  ...  This flexibility is powerful for collaborative mapping projects, since it enables the plotting of different databases, managed by different collaborators, on a single map.  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp99.1729 fatcat:ogtynyiisfbapellt2a4rn2dme

Should Economists Use Open Source Software for Doing Research?

A. Talha Yalta, A. Yasemin Yalta
2010 Computational Economics  
We also assess the advantages of open source software from the point of view of reliability and discuss its potential in applied economics, which has now become fully dependent on computers.  ...  This in 24 We have been observer and participant in several FLOSS projects including gretl for a long time.  ...  governed by rounding.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10614-010-9204-4 fatcat:2xygqzarijhj5fnbcjvocw5mta
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