Leadership and success factors in online creative collaboration
|Leadership and success factors in online creative collaboration|
|Author(s)||Luther K., Bruckman A.|
|Published in||IEEE Potentials|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Firefox web browser, LINUX- operating system, Mozilla, Online collaboration, Online encyclopedia, Open-source softwares, Social computing, Software applications, Success factors, Wikipedia, Computer operating systems, HTTP, User interfaces, Web browsers, Online systems)|
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Social computing systems have enabled new and wildly successful forms of creative collaboration to take place. Two of the best-known examples are Wikipedia and the open-source software (OSS) movement. Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia, boasts millions of articles (over 3.6 million just in English) written by thousands of volunteers collaborating via the Internet. The OSS movement, also fueled mainly by volunteer online collaboration, has produced some of the worlds most powerful and important software applications, including the Apache HTTP Server, the Linux operating system, and the Mozilla Firefox Web browser.
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