Impacts of Ideology , Trust , and Communication on Effectiveness in Open Source Software Development Teams

@inproceedings{Stewart2003ImpactsOI,
  title={Impacts of Ideology , Trust , and Communication on Effectiveness in Open Source Software Development Teams},
  author={Katherine J. Stewart},
  year={2003}
}
The emerging work on understanding open source software has strongly argued for the importance of understanding what leads to effectiveness in OSS development, has frequently pointed to ideology and communication as probable factors in effectiveness, and has presented conflicting opinions about the role of trust in effectiveness. For all the discussion of these issues, there has been no comprehensive elaboration of what constitutes OSS ideology, and very little empirical data has been brought… CONTINUE READING
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