What have the Romans is academics ever done for us?' The lessons of open-source
|What have the Romans is academics ever done for us?' The lessons of open-source|
|Published in||ICIS 2006 Proceedings - Twenty Seventh International Conference on Information Systems|
|Keyword(s)||Community, Globalization, IS academics, Linux, Open-source, Wiki movement, Wikipedia (Extra: Community, Globalization, IS academics, Linux, Open-source, Wiki movement, Wikipedia, Computer operating systems, Websites, Information systems)|
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What have the Romans is academics ever done for us?' The lessons of open-source is a 2006 conference paper written in English by Bryant A. and published in ICIS 2006 Proceedings - Twenty Seventh International Conference on Information Systems.
This paper seeks to develop the motivations and aspirations underlying the primary theme for ICIS 2006 - 'IT for Underserved Communities'. In so doing the case is made that those keen to mobilize and harness the emancipatory and empowering potential of Information & Communications Technology for community-based projects should consider that the very existence of this technology opens up alternative models of co-operation and collaboration. These models themselves provide the basis for breaking away from 'traditional' command-and-control models of management and co-ordination; allowing participants, or potential participants, to coordinate their efforts along the lines exemplified by the open-source software movement and the contributors to Wikipedia: Models of co-ordination that ought not to work, but appear to do so.
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