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Social dynamics of free and open source team communications. Proceedings of the IFIP Second International Conference on Open Source Systems. 319-330.(2006).
The perils and pitfalls of mining SourceForge. Workshop on Mining Software Repositories, 26th International Conference on Software Engineering.(2004).
Validity issues in the use of social network analysis with digital trace data. Journal of the Association for Information Systems. 12(12),(2011).
Building a collaboratory for research on open source software development (Poster). eSocial Science Conference.(2007).
A proposed data and analysis archive for research on Free and Open Source Software and its development (Poster). eSocial Science Conference.(2007).
FLOSSmole: A collaborative repository for FLOSS research data and analyses. International Journal of Information Technology and Web Engineering. 1(3), 17–26.(2006).
eResearch workflows for studying free and open source software development. Proceedings of the IFIP 2.13 Working Conference on Open Source Software (OSS).(2008).
Asynchronous Decision-Making in Distributed Teams (Poster). Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work.(2008).
Language and power in self-organizing distributed teams. OCIS Division, Academy of Management Conference.(2006).
Decision Making Paths in Self-Organizing Technology-Mediated Distributed Teams. Proceedings of the International Conference on Open Source Systems.(2008).
Group Maintenance in Technology-Supported Distributed Teams. Proceedings of the Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Annual Meeting.(2008).
Social dynamics of FLOSS team communication across channels. Proceedings of the IFIP 2.13 Working Conference on Open Source Software (OSS). 131-142.(2008).
Heartbeat: Measuring Active User Base and Potential User Interest in FLOSS Projects. ( , Ed.).Proceedings of The Fifth International Conference on Open Source Systems (OSS). 299, 94-104.(2009).
Replication of FLOSS Research as eResearch. Proceedings of the Oxford e-Research Conference 08.(2008).