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Proceedings of the 2015 International Symposium on Open Collaboration

Fullname:Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Open Collaboration
Editors:Dirk Riehle
Location:San Francisco, California
Dates:2015-Aug-19 to 2015-Aug-21
Volume:1
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN: 978-1-4503-3666-6; ACM DL: Table of Contents; hcibib: ISW15
Papers:23
Links:Conference Website | Online Proceedings
  1. ISW 2015-08-19 Volume 1
    1. Free/libre/open source software research track
    2. IT-driven open innovation research track
    3. Open data research track
    4. Wikipedia research track
    5. Wikis and open collaboration research track

ISW 2015-08-19 Volume 1

Free/libre/open source software research track

A multiple case study of small free software businesses as social entrepreneurships BIBAFull-Text 1
  Ann Barcomb
An investigation of migrating from proprietary RTOS to embedded Linux BIBAFull-Text 2
  Oscar Muchow; David Ustarbowski; Imed Hammouda
Utilization and development contribution of open source software in Japanese IT companies: an exploratory study of the effect on business growth (2nd report based on 2014 survey) BIBAFull-Text 3
  Terutaka Tansho; Tetsuo Noda
On the openness of digital platforms/ecosystems BIBAFull-Text 4
  Jose Teixeira
Software patents: a replication study BIBAFull-Text 5
  Germán Poo-Caamaño; Daniel M. German
The FLOSS history in Japan: an ethnographic approach BIBAFull-Text 6
  Jun Iio; Masayuki Hatta; Ko Kazaana

IT-driven open innovation research track

Measuring the crowd: a preliminary taxonomy of crowdsourcing metrics BIBAFull-Text 7
  Eoin Cullina; Kieran Conboy; Lorraine Morgan
Open innovation for innovation tools: the case of co-design platforms BIBAFull-Text 8
  Albrecht Fritzsche; Angela Roth; Kathrin Möslein
Toward understanding new feature request systems as participation architectures for supporting open innovation BIBAFull-Text 9
  Michelle W. Purcell

Open data research track

Public domain rank: identifying notable individuals with the wisdom of the crowd BIBAFull-Text 10
  Allen B. Riddell
Open access to working notes in the humanities BIBAFull-Text 11
  Michael K. Buckland; Patrick Golden; Ryan B. Shaw

Wikipedia research track

Tool-mediated coordination of virtual teams in complex systems BIBAFull-Text 12
  Michael Gilbert; Mark Zachry
The rise and fall of an online project: is bureaucracy killing efficiency in open knowledge production? BIBAFull-Text 13
  Nicolas Jullien; Kevin Crowston; Felipe Ortega
#Wikipedia on Twitter: analyzing tweets about Wikipedia BIBAFull-Text 14
  Eva Zangerle; Georg Schmidhammer; Günther Specht
Page protection: another missing dimension of Wikipedia research BIBAFull-Text 15
  Benjamin Mako Hill; Aaron Shaw
Wikipedia in the world of global gender inequality indices: what the biography gender gap is measuring BIBAFull-Text 16
  Max Klein
Contribution, social networking, and the request for adminship process in Wikipedia BIBAFull-Text 17
  Romain Picot-Clémente; Cécile Bothorel; Nicolas Jullien
The evolution of knowledge creation online: Wikipedia and knowledge processes BIBAFull-Text 18
  Ruqin Ren

Wikis and open collaboration research track

The Vienna history Wiki: a collaborative knowledge platform for the city of Vienna BIBAFull-Text 19
  Bernhard Krabina
Peer-production system or collaborative ontology engineering effort: what is Wikidata? BIBAFull-Text 20
  Claudia Müller-Birn; Benjamin Karran; Janette Lehmann; Markus Luczak-Rösch
Participants' motivation factors and profile in crowdsourced law reform BIBAFull-Text 21
  Tanja Aitamurto; Hélène Landemore
Use of GitHub as a platform for open collaboration on text documents BIBAFull-Text 22
  Justin Longo; Tanya M. Kelley
Toward efficient source code sharing on the web BIBAFull-Text 23
  Hiroaki Fukuda