IFIP Working Group 2.13
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Trends in Free, Libre, Open Source Software Communities: From Volunteers to Companies / Aktuelle Trends in Free-, Libre-, und Open-Source-Software-Gemeinschaften: Von Freiwilligen zu Unternehmen
Investigating Social Media in GitHub's Pull-requests: A Case Study on Ruby on Rails
Industry Questions about Open Source Software in Business: Research Directions and Potential Answers
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