Documenting open source migration processes for re-use

@inproceedings{Gerber2010DocumentingOS,
  title={Documenting open source migration processes for re-use},
  author={Aurona Gerber and Onkgopotse Molefe and A. J. Merwe},
  booktitle={SAICSIT '10},
  year={2010}
}
  • Aurona Gerber, Onkgopotse Molefe, A. J. Merwe
  • Published in SAICSIT '10 2010
  • Computer Science
  • There are several sources that indicate a remarkable increase in the adoption of open source software (OSS) into the technology infrastructure of organizations. In fact, the number of medium to large organizations without some OSS installations, is surprisingly low. This move to open source (OS), as well as the obvious advantages thereof, have motivated the CSIR of South Africa to investigate the adoption of OSS across the institution for all aspects of its operations. In launching this… CONTINUE READING
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