Avoiding Abandon-Ware: Getting to Grips with the Open Development Method

The Open Development Method: a collaborative and community-driven approach to software development, and its potential impact on education, emphasizing the need for long-term commitment and adaptation to new practices.

The article discusses the concept of the Open Development Method (ODM) in the context of open source software development and its potential implications for education. It emphasizes that ODM focuses on transparency, collaboration, and community involvement, moving beyond licensing and distribution concerns. The article also highlights the challenges and opportunities ODM presents for education, suggesting that it could revolutionize the way knowledge products are created and shared.

Avoiding Abandon-Ware: Getting to Grips with the Open Development Method 


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