COOPERACIÓN EN EL DESARROLLO DE PROYECTOS DE SOFTWARE LIBRE

Byron Cuesta Quintero, Jorge Andrick Parra Valencia

Resumen


Este artículo presenta un conjunto de elementos para la cooperación pertinentes a los proyectos de software libre y a teorías de la cooperación, a partir de reconocer como desarrolladores distribuidos geográficamente en el mundo encuentran la motivación para crear comunidad alrededor del software libre y desarrollar software exitoso. También se estudió casos de éxito a nivel mundial para mostrar como los participantes a través de una comunicación mediada por computador resuelven conflictos de racionalidad individual y grupal usando escenarios de confianza y reciprocidad sobre el uso de recursos comunes que permiten la cooperación para el desarrollo y mantenimiento del software libre.


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