communication

Analyzing Social Behavior of Software Developers Across Different Communication Channels

Analyzing Social Behavior of Software Developers Across Different Communication Channels, Iqbal, Aftab, Karnstedt M., and Hausenblas M. , 25th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE), (2013)

How do developers blog?

How do developers blog?, Maalej, Walid, and Pagano Dennis , Proceedings of the 8th working conference on Mining software repositories - MSR '11, 05/2011, New York, New York, USA, p.123-132, (2011)

Evaluating Longitudinal Success of Open Source Software Projects: A Social Network Perspective

Evaluating Longitudinal Success of Open Source Software Projects: A Social Network Perspective, Wu, Jing, and Goh Khim Yong , 2009 42nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2009), Los Alamitos, CA, USA, p.1-10, (2009)

Why Not Improve Coordination in Distributed Software Development by Stealing Good Ideas from Open Source?

Correlating temporal communication patterns of the Eclipse open source community with performance and creativity

Correlating temporal communication patterns of the Eclipse open source community with performance and creativity, Kidane, Yared, and Gloor Peter , Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory, Volume 13, p.17-27, (2007)

Mining email social networks

Mining email social networks, Bird, Christian, Gourley Alex, Devanbu Prem, Gertz Michael, and Swaminathan Anand , Proceedings of the 2006 international workshop on Mining software repositories, New York, NY, USA, p.137–143, (2006)

The Impact of Ideology on Effectiveness in Open Source Software Development Teams

The Impact of Ideology on Effectiveness in Open Source Software Development Teams, Stewart, K., and Gosain S. , MIS Quarterly, 2006, Volume 30, Number 2, p.291-314, (2006)

Andrea Wiggins

My research interests include the social dynamics of collaboration, open movements, virtual teams, and self-organizing systems.

My primary research interest currently lies in understanding the processes involved in open knowledge generation. Open knowledge refers to data, content, and information that is free for unrestricted use, reuse, and distribution. I am interested in developing a better understanding of the coordination mechanisms that enable open knowledge creation, and the characteristics of open knowledge environments that support participation.

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