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1 Open-Source Software Engineering The Bazaar
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CS427 25-2 Open Source Source code is available for inspection,  independent peer review  rapid evolution
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CS427 25-3 Open Source Technology internet (communication) widely used languages  lots of potential users/helpers standards Process
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CS427 25-4 Process Cathedral vs. Bazaar Centralized vs. decentralized Planned vs. unplanned
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CS427 25-5 Open Source Roles Leader Develops initial system Does what nobody else does Makes final decisions User/programmer Does most of the work
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CS427 25-6 The Leader An open source project needs a leader Delegates as much as he can Empowers users Decides what goes in
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CS427 25-7 The users Users are co-developers Users are programmers who can  add features fix bugs port to new hardware/operating systems improve design
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CS427 25-8 Requirements
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2009 for the course CS 427 taught by Professor Jones during the Fall '07 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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