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Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
Open Source Software (OSS) communities do not often invest in marketing strategies to promote their products in a competitive way. Even the home pages of the web portals of well-known OSS products show technicalities and details that are not relevant for a fast and effective evaluation of the product's qualities. So, final users and even developers who are interested in evaluating and potentially adopting an OSS product are often negatively impressed by the quality perception they have from thedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-28082-5_11 fatcat:y2ylnpetazaz5k4mlabflmcyyu