Attributing All Contributors in Open Source

Attribution in technical projects is a fascinating topic. Fascinating, important and very occasionally controversial. Who should get credit for a work? That developers get attributed for the code they create »

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Anxious

I'm so anxious about the quakes in NZ. Some channels to follow: https://www.geonet.org.nz/quakes/felt https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=news&q= »

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On creating a methodology

So, some years ago I developed the Book Sprints methodology. Its now pretty well defined and is being used very successfully to develop many books for all types of organisations. »

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Some publishing systems I have developed

I recently went over some publishing systems with Yannis and Christos from Coko. We looked at various systems and discussed them. As we did this, I realised that I'd actually »

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The beauty of small teams

I have been involved in setting up a team for the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation (Coko). We are about 12 all up now and spread around the globe. At our core »

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More research

Looking into the dynamics of Open Source communities and questioning if there is indeed such a thing as devcentricity. Lookng for evidence for or against. Looking for anything that can »

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Dev Centricity

More partial thoughts. I have been pondering the whole dev-centric nature of Open Source. Open Source projects that put the dev at the center of the culture see all problems »

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Some notes on CPD

It is at its heart three things: Political Critique A problem solving methodology A diffusion Strategy Political Critique I like this part of Collaborative Product Design most of all. Open »

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Notes on Collaborative Product Development

So, during the Shuttleworth Gathering this week I facilitated a session about CPD and asked for feedback. I got some great information, most of which is targeted at what people »

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Shuttleworths

Just had a very inspiring week at the Shuttleworth Foundation Fellows Gathering. It was nothing short of awesome. Good to have a family of astonishing kookie people as a family. »

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