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# [[The Open Source Way: Creating and nurturing communities of contributors]] -- Main wiki page
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# [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/The Open Source Way|The Open Source Way: Creating and nurturing communities of contributors]] -- Main wiki page
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# [[Introduction]] -- What this book is, what it is not, essential terminology (definitions and pointers)
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# [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/Introduction|Introduction]] -- What this book is, what it is not, essential terminology (definitions and pointers)
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# [[Communities of practice]] -- The science behind the open source way
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# [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/Communities of practice|Communities of practice]] -- The science behind the open source way
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# [[How to loosely organize a community]] -- Structure of a sustainable community
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## [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/Communities of practice#What|What is a Community of Practice?]]
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# [[Stuff everyone knows and forgets anyway]] -- Common knowledge, common mistakes, common recoveries
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## [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/Communities of practice#Elements|Elements of the Community of Practice]]
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# [[What your organization does correctly when practicing the open source way]] -- Distilled "Right Way"
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## [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/Communities of practice#Principles|Principles for Cultivating Communities of Practice]]
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# [[What your organization does wrong when practicing the open source way]] -- Distilled "Wrong Way"
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## [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/Communities of practice#Organize|How to loosely organize a community]] -- Structure of a sustainable community
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# [[Business the open source way]] -- Applying the open source way to business
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## [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/Communities of practice#Does what|What your organization does]]
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# [[Who else to watch]] -- People in the wider world who write, talk, and lead community-oriented discussions and actions
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### [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/Communities of practice#Right|Right when practicing the open source way]] -- Distilled "Right Way"
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# [[Books you should read]] -- Online and offline resources
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### [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/Communities of practice#Wrong|Wrong when practicing the open source way]] -- Distilled "Wrong Way"
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# [[Great stories to tell]] -- Stories that illustrate the open source way
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## [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/Communities of practice#Business|Business the open source way]] -- Applying the open source way to business
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# [[Community Architecture dashboard]] -- Overview of this effort with pointers
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## [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/Communities of practice#Watch|Who else to watch]] -- People in the wider world who write, talk, and lead community-oriented discussions and actions
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# [[Data and references]] -- Data and references that support the book
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# [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/References|Data and references]] -- Data and references that support the book
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# [[How to tell if a FLOSS project is doomed to FAIL]] - A system for evaluating the potential of an open source project
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## [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/References#Books|Books you should read]] -- Online and offline resources
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# [[Appendix]] -- What fits not elsewhere but only here <!-- Remove if no content appears -->
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## [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/References#Everyone knows|Stuff everyone knows and forgets anyway]] -- Common knowledge, common mistakes, common recoveries
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## [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/References#Stories|Great stories to tell]] -- Stories that illustrate the open source way
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## [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/FAIL|How to tell if a FLOSS project is doomed to FAIL]] - A system for evaluating the potential of an open source project
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# [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/Appendix|Appendix]] -- What fits not elsewhere but only here <!-- Remove if no content appears -->
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# [[User:NeoPhyte Rep/Dashboard|Community Architecture dashboard]] -- Overview of this effort with pointers

Latest revision as of 21:08, 6 August 2010

  1. The Open Source Way: Creating and nurturing communities of contributors -- Main wiki page
  2. Introduction -- What this book is, what it is not, essential terminology (definitions and pointers)
  3. Communities of practice -- The science behind the open source way
    1. What is a Community of Practice?
    2. Elements of the Community of Practice
    3. Principles for Cultivating Communities of Practice
    4. How to loosely organize a community -- Structure of a sustainable community
    5. What your organization does
      1. Right when practicing the open source way -- Distilled "Right Way"
      2. Wrong when practicing the open source way -- Distilled "Wrong Way"
    6. Business the open source way -- Applying the open source way to business
    7. Who else to watch -- People in the wider world who write, talk, and lead community-oriented discussions and actions
  4. Data and references -- Data and references that support the book
    1. Books you should read -- Online and offline resources
    2. Stuff everyone knows and forgets anyway -- Common knowledge, common mistakes, common recoveries
    3. Great stories to tell -- Stories that illustrate the open source way
    4. How to tell if a FLOSS project is doomed to FAIL - A system for evaluating the potential of an open source project
  5. Appendix -- What fits not elsewhere but only here
  6. Community Architecture dashboard -- Overview of this effort with pointers
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