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Information systems success in Free and Open Source Software development: Theory and measures. Software Process–Improvement and Practice. 11, 123–148.(2006).
The social structure of Free and Open Source Software development. First Monday. 10,(2005).
Coordination practices for bug fixing within FLOSS development teams. 1st International Workshop on Computer Supported Activity Coordination, 6th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems.(2004).
Effective work practices for software engineering. Proceedings of the 2004 ACM workshop on Interdisciplinary software engineering research (WISER '04). 18.(2004).
Social dynamics of FLOSS team communication across channels. Proceedings of the IFIP 2.13 Working Conference on Open Source Software (OSS). 131-142.(2008).
Group Maintenance Behaviours of Core and Peripheral Members of Free/Libre Open Source Software Teams. ( , Ed.).Proceedings of The Fifth International Conference on Open Source Systems (OSS).(2009).
A proposed data and analysis archive for research on Free and Open Source Software and its development (Poster). eSocial Science Conference.(2007).
The role of face-to-face meetings in technology-supported self-organizing distributed teams. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communications. 50, 185–203.(2007).
Replication of FLOSS Research as eResearch. Proceedings of the Oxford e-Research Conference 08.(2008).
The role of mental models in FLOSS development work practices. Proceedings of the IFIP 2nd International Conference on Open Source Software. 91-97.(2006).
Building a collaboratory for research on open source software 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).
Collaboration Using OSSmole: A repository of FLOSS data and analyses. Symposium on Mining Software Repositories.(2005).
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).