The GRIFFIN Collaborative Virtual Community for Architectural Knowledge Management

@inproceedings{Lago2010TheGC,
  title={The GRIFFIN Collaborative Virtual Community for Architectural Knowledge Management},
  author={Patricia Lago and Rik Farenhorst and Paris Avgeriou and Remco C. de Boer and Viktor Clerc and Anton Jansen and Hans van Vliet},
  booktitle={Collaborative Software Engineering},
  year={2010}
}
Modern software architecting increasingly often takes place in geographically distributed contexts involving teams of professionals and customers with different backgrounds and roles. So far, attention and effort have been mainly dedicated to individuals sharing already formalized knowledge and less to social, informal collaboration. Furthermore, in Web 2.0 contexts, little to no attention has been given to practitioners carrying out complex, collaborative, and knowledge-intensive tasks in… 

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