Open source software development as a special type of academic research: Critique of vulgar Raymondism
AbstractEric Raymond's bazaar model provides a too simplistic view of the open source software (OSS) development process. This paper tries to explore links between open source software development and academic research as a better paradigm for OSS development. Open source software development should better be viewed as a special case of academic research. Viewing OSS this way probably can lead to a better understanding of open source phenomena.
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Bezroukov, N. (1999). Open source software development as a special type of academic research: Critique of vulgar Raymondism. First Monday, 4(10). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v4i10.696
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