Factors leading to success or abandonment of open source commons: an empirical analysis of Sourceforge.net projects

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Open source software is produced cooperatively by groups of people who work together via the Internet. The software produced usually becomes the “common property” of the group and is freely distributed to anyone in the world who wants to use it. Although it may seem unlikely, open source collaborations, or “commons,” have grown phenomenally to become… (More)

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