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This is a list of 0 events celebrated and 12 publications published in 2002.

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Coase's penguin, or, Linux and The Nature of the Firm Yochai Benkler Peer production property rights The Yale Law Journal. v.112, n.3, . The paper discusses it as one of the main examples. Despite not mentioning Wikipedia in title or abstract Commons based peer production (e.g., free software) has emerged in the pervasively networked digital information economy as a third method of production which for some projects, has productivity gains, in the form of information and allocation gains, over market and firm-based production. 0 0
Internet Collaboration: TWiki Raygan R.E.
Green D.G.
Collaboration
Communication
Internet
TWiki
Wiki-Wiki-Web
Conference Proceedings - IEEE SOUTHEASTCON English This research paper covers TWiki, a Wiki clone, as a collaboration tool for the development of educational papers and technical projects. The need to conduct business and research in a collaborative manner will increase as a result of the downturn of the economy and a desire to reduce travel due to the events on September 11, 2001. The time has come to use Internet mechanisms to supplement face-to-face meetings and to facilitate collaboration. The objective of using TWiki was to determine how the technology behind the application worked, and determine the usefulness and capabilities of incorporating its use with other groupware applications. The Wiki-Web concept has potential for technical, scientific, and project collaboration. This asynchronous method of collaboration fits well with synchronous collaboration tools, making it a valuable addition to any corporate or educational approach to "e" communications. The results of using Wiki-Webs for paper development and small project management are favorable. However, any tool used for collaboration is constrained by the methodology and compliance to the methodology used by the participants. Getting "Round-to-it", as with many new approaches, is the most difficult issue of Wiki adoption. 0 2
Open Source Intelligence Stalder
Felix and Hirsh
Jesse
First Monday. 7 (6) Jun 2002 The Open Source movement has established over the last decade a new collaborative approach, uniquely adapted to the Internet, to developing high-quality informational products. Initially, its exclusive application was the development of software (GNU/Linux and Apache are among the most prominent projects), but increasingly we can observe this collaborative approach being applied to areas beyond the coding of software. One such area is the collaborative gathering and analysis of information, a practice we term "Open Source Intelligence". In this article, we use three case studies - the nettime mailing list, the Wikipedia project and the NoLogo Web site - to show some the breadth of contexts and analyze the variety of socio-technical approaches that make up this emerging phenomenon. 0 2
Open source intelligence Felix Stalder
Jesse Hirsh
Academic peer review
Article
Free sharing of information
GNU encyclopedia
Nettime
NoLogo.org
Nupedia
Open source intelligence
Open Source movement
Open source software
OS-INT
OSS
Social community
Technology
Wikipedia
Wikiweb
First Monday English The Open Source movement has established over the last decade a new collaborative approach, uniquely adapted to the Internet, to developing high-quality informational products. Initially, its exclusive application was the development of software (GNU/Linux and Apache are among the most prominent projects), but increasingly we can observe this collaborative approach being applied to areas beyond the coding of software. One such area is the collaborative gathering and analysis of information, a practice we term "Open Source Intelligence". In this article, we use three case studies - the nettime mailing list, the Wikipedia project and the NoLogo Web site - to show some the breadth of contexts and analyze the variety of socio-technical approaches that make up this emerging phenomenon. 0 2
Operation of a Large Scale, General Purpose Wiki Website: Experience from susning.nu's first nine months in service Lars Aronsson English A Wiki website is a hypertext on steroids. Any user can create or edit any page on the site using a simple web browser, and all information processing is done on the server side. Wiki sites are powerful tools for collaboration in closed work groups, but can also be used for the general public on the open Internet. This paper summarizes the experience from the first nine months of operation of Sweden's biggest Wiki website susning.nu, including its usefulness in non-profit and commercial applications, in hobby and professional, projects, its social and legal aspects, its relation to geographic information systems, subject information gateways, the establishment of a controlled vocabulary, and its implications on learning, free speech, the price of information, licensing, and copyright. Relevant comparisons to similar projects in other countries are also presented. 0 3
Self-assembling hypertexts, weblogs, and Wikis Stuart Moulthrop
Mark Bernstein
Samuel Carton
Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Hypertext English Although most theory and research in the hypertext community has been directed toward systems and implementations with fairly conventional patterns of authorship, hypertext as it has evolved on the Internet contains a number of stranger species: Web logs (or "blogs") that consist largely of citations or pointers to other Web content; reader-writeable text spaces sometimes called "Wikis"; and in spaces outside the Web, shared writing environments like MUDs and MOOs. This panel brings together several writer/designers who have experience in one or more of these areas. The panelists will consider how open-form and self-assembling texts fit and stretch the hypertext paradigm, and what contribution these writing practices might make to the future of writing on the Net. 0 0
Self-assembling hypertexts, weblogs, and wikis Stuart Moulthrop
Mark Bernstein
Sean Carton
HYPERTEXT English 0 0
Teaching on the wiki web Joseph Bergin English 0 2
The JOMA developers' area wiki Journal of Online Mathematics and its Applications English 0 0
The Reengineering Wiki Arie van Deursen
Eelco Visser
CSMR English The reverse and reengineering research communities have a strong tradition of collecting, organizing, and unifying research results. Typical examples include an explicit taxonomy, dedicated web sites, an annotated bibliography, as well as efforts in exchange formats and tool evaluation. In this paper we describe and evaluate the use of a web authoring system to integrate such efforts. To that end, we propose the “Reengineering Wiki”, which uses Wiki technology to enable web site visitors themselves to maintain and organize pages devoted to their topics of interest. This paper covers web authoring criteria, an introduction to wiki technology, typical wiki usage, and an evaluation of wiki-based systems. Moreover, the paper discusses the organization and contents of the Reengineering Wiki, and concludes with an invitation to participate in the Reengineering Wiki project. 0 1
Wikipedia Peter Jacso Online (Wilton, Connecticut) 0 1
Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia Melanie Remy Online Information Review Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia is reviewed. 0 1