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The bug fixing process in proprietary and free/libre open source software: A coordination theory analysis. ( , Ed.).Business Process Transformation. 69-99.(2008).
Social dynamics of free and open source team communications. Proceedings of the IFIP Second International Conference on Open Source Systems. 319-330.(2006).
The social structure of Free and Open Source Software development. First Monday. 10,(2005).
The perils and pitfalls of mining SourceForge. Workshop on Mining Software Repositories, 26th International Conference on Software Engineering.(2004).
What characterizes documents that bridge boundaries compared to documents that do not? An exploratory study of documentation in FLOSS teams. Hawai'i International Conference on System Science.(2011).
Group Maintenance in Technology-Supported Distributed Teams. Proceedings of the Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Annual Meeting.(2008).
A structurational perspective on leadership in virtual teams. ( , Ed.).Proceedings of the IFIP Working Group 8.2/9.5 Working Conference on Virtuality and Virtualization. 151–168.(2007).
Hierarchy and centralization in Free and Open Source Software team communications. Knowledge, Technology & Policy. 18, 65–85.(2006).
Face-to-face interactions in self-organizing distributed teams. Academy of Management Conference.(2005).
Analyzing Leadership Dynamics in Distributed Group Communication. Proceedings of the Forty-third Hawaiʼi International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-43).(2010).
Assessing the health of open source communities. IEEE Computer. 39(5), 89-91.(2006).
Collaboration Using OSSmole: A repository of FLOSS data and analyses. Symposium on Mining Software Repositories.(2005).
FLOSSmole: A collaborative repository for FLOSS research data and analyses. International Journal of Information Technology and Web Engineering. 1(3), 17–26.(2006).
free/libre open source software.
The motivational arc of massive virtual collaboration. Proceedings of the IFIP WG 9.5 Working Conference on Virtuality and Society: Massive Virtual Communities.(2008).