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LibraryThing Review

User Review  - dvf1976 - LibraryThing

I wanted to read this book since I work at Red Hat. The book isn't really a 'rah-rah-rah!' open source companies, but it does give me some comfort that Red Hat will stick around. Read full review

Review: The Success of Open Source

User Review  - Matt - Goodreads

As one commenter said, it's not a book you can read in one sitting. Offers a solid overview of the history of the open source software process and an engaging analysis of the challenge of open source ... Read full review

Review: The Success of Open Source

User Review  - Manderson - Goodreads

A really well thought out and analytical approach to the open source model of software development. Weber stays above any pat glorifications and consistently takes the conversation to another level by attempting to generalize open source as a model that can be transferred into other paradigms. Read full review

Review: The Success of Open Source

User Review  - Jared - Goodreads

An indispensable introduction to the open source software movement. While it is undoubtedly an academic treatment, and thus somewhat less readable, it is still accessible enough to be of use to the general reader interested in the topic. Read full review

Review: The Success of Open Source

User Review  - Robert - Goodreads

The Open Source software movement has begun to radically change computing, the internet and the world. The Open Source community and their philosophy of volunteer programmers creating better software ... Read full review


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