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Heckman, R., Crowston K., Misiolek N., & Eseryel Y. (2007).  Emergent leadership in self-organizing virtual teams (Poster). Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
Crowston, K., Annabi H., & Howison J. (2003).  Defining Open Source Software project success. Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS). Abstract
Crowston, K., Liu X., Allen E. E., & Heckman R. (2010).  Machine Learning and Rule-Based Automated Coding of Qualitative Data. American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Annual Conference. Abstract
Wiggins, A., & Crowston K. (2010).  Reclassifying Success and Tragedy in FLOSS Projects. Proceedings of the International Conference on Open Source Systems (OSS). Abstract
Crowston, K., & Scozzi B. (2004).  Coordination practices for bug fixing within FLOSS development teams. 1st International Workshop on Computer Supported Activity Coordination, 6th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems. Abstract
Crowston, K., Wei K., Li Q., & Howison J. (2006).  Core and periphery in Free/Libre and Open Source software team communications. Proceedings of the 39th Hawai'i International Conference on System System (HICSS). Abstract
Crowston, K., Annabi H., Howison J., & Masango C. (2005).  Effective work practices for FLOSS development: A model and propositions. Proceedings of the 38th Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). Abstract
Howison, J., Wiggins A., & Crowston K. (2008).  eResearch workflows for studying free and open source software development. Proceedings of the IFIP 2.13 Working Conference on Open Source Software (OSS). Abstract
FLOSSmole
free/libre open source software.
Crowston, K., & Fagnot I. (2008).  The motivational arc of massive virtual collaboration. Proceedings of the IFIP WG 9.5 Working Conference on Virtuality and Society: Massive Virtual Communities. Abstract