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L14.integation - Social interaction Excercizes LINUX Linus...

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Social interaction Excercizes
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LINUX Linus Thorvalds frequently released new versions other people debugged other people added new features
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Other examples FreeBSD Apache Perl Sendmail
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Development of open source software geographically dispersed programmers participation is on a voluntary basis no monetary rewards no formal quality control create realiable and innovative software products can compete with traditionally developed software
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How can such things be achieved as: smooth coordination consistency in design continuous innovation robustness and stability
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Media and cooperative work electronic media mail: textmessages with attached files Concurrent versions systems web pages
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How can they solve the classic problems? traditionally, leading software development has been one of the most difficult issues By coordination we do not mean the decomposition of work and later aggregation.
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