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FOSS Workshop Day 3 Wrap-up

February 12th, 2010 / in research horizons, resources, workshop reports / by Ran Libeskind-Hadas

The Free/Open Source Software workshop wrapped up today.  Discussion focused on a number of topics, including:

– Translation into other domains of software

– Software engineering practice

– Collaboration issues in FOSS

– Learning and education challenges/opportunities

– Evolution of products, projects, practices and processes

– Research infrastructures

A report from the workshop will be developed in the coming weeks and posted on the CCC Web site.

John L. King, CCC Council Liaison

FOSS Workshop Day 3 Wrap-up

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