This article excerpts a forthcoming dissertation titled “Open source with private source: coevolving architectures, styles and subworlds in business”. In workshop proceedings published in 2012, the labels “open source” and “private source” have been defined. For the workshop in 2013, the emphasis shifts to examining the cases associated where open source with private source – as phenomena mixed both concurrently and serially – has been observed.
David Ing, "Open source with private source: Case studies", Co-Create 2013 : The Boundary-Crossing Conference on Co-Design in Innovation, Aalto University, June 16-19, 2013.
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