Sharing and Creating Knowledge in Open-Source Communities The case of KDE 1

@inproceedings{Hemetsberger2004SharingAC,
  title={Sharing and Creating Knowledge in Open-Source Communities The case of KDE 1},
  author={Andrea Hemetsberger and Christian Reinhardt},
  year={2004}
}
Our research suggests that knowledge is shared and created in online communities of practice through the establishment of processes and ‘technologies’ that enable virtual re-experience for the learners at various levels. Three questions guided our research. The first one concentrates on how community members organize content with regard to their daily routines that potentially transforms into knowledge for other members. Secondly, we inquired how new members are enabled to accumulate the… CONTINUE READING
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