Sources:
    Edit
    Topics:
      Edit
      Types:
        Edit
        of  48
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration
        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration

        Embed document

        An Open Source Approach to Collaboration

        ABSTRACT

        How does open source software happen? What can we learn from it for cross-organizational collaboration? In this presentation, ifPeople cofounders Tirza Hollenhorst and Christopher Johnson talk about what open source is, the process by which it is created through a voluntary community, and a concrete process that can be used in any project (even non-software projects) to "social source" the project.

        Edit
        Report copyright violation

        COMMENTS

        DOCUMENT INFO

        • TypePresentation
        • PriceFree
        • FormatPDF
        • Size2.36 MB
        • LanguageEnglish
        • Stacks0
        • Postedalmost 6 years ago
        • Authored-
        • Added byHashdoc Content Review
        Search in: