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An increasing number of commercial firms are participating in Open Source Software (OSS) projects to reduce their development cost and increase technical innovativeness. When collaborating with other firms whose sought values are conflicts of interests, firms may behave uncooperatively leading to harmful impacts on the common goal. Aim: This study explores how software firms both collaborate and compete in OSS projects. Method: We adopted a mixed research method on three OSS projects. Result:doi:10.5277/e-inf190102 dblp:journals/eInformatica/Nguyen-DucCSA19 fatcat:zakzvpgy55aylkvftue4adik6q