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    LOpen Source comme mthodologie de dveloppement

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    INRIA DTI Stratgie de lINRIA sur le logiciel libre, 14 juin 2009http://www.inria.fr/valorisation/Strategie-inria-logiciel-libre.pdfLe logiciel libre est devenu un fait incontournable de ldition logicielle, que ce soit dans le monde acadmique, dans lindustrie et les services et, au del, dans lensemble de la socit. LINRIA, acteur national de la recherche et du transfert dans les sciences numriques, souhaite, par cette prise de position, raffirmer son soutien cette dynamique quil juge indispensable au dveloppement de la socit numrique de la connaissance. Le logiciel libre est un objet complexe qui recouvre plusieurs dimensions aux logiques ventuellement contradictoires (vecteur de la diffusion scientifique et objet de recherche, vecteur du transfert technologique et objet industriel). Dans ce contexte, pour des logiciels dvelopps lINRIA, le choix du logiciel libre doit tre mrement pes et doit sinscrire dans la recherche de la stratgie qui maximisera limpact sur la socit, notamment par le transfert. Ceci passe par la capacit caractriser les situations logicielles et conforter la professionnalisation des pratiques.

    Quelques dfinitions

    Open source http://www.opensource.org/

    La dsignation Open Source, "source ouverte" en franais ou code source libre, s'applique aux logiciels dont la licence respecte des critres prcisment tablis par lOpen Source Initiative, c'est--dire la possibilit de libre redistribution, d'accs au code source et de travaux drivs. On qualifie souvent un logiciel libre d'Open Source, car les licences compatibles Open Source englobent les licences libres selon la dfinition de la FSF (Free Software Foundation). Le terme Open Source est en concurrence avec le terme Free Software. Le terme Freeware dsigne des logiciels gratuits qui ne sont ni ncessairement ouverts, ni libres. http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_source

    FLOSS : Free/Libre Open Source Software

    L'expression Free/Libre and Open Source Software, abrge en FLOSS, qualifie la fois les logiciels libres et les logiciels open source, les deux grands mouvements soutenus respectivement par la FSF.et lOSI. http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free/Libre_Open_Source_Software

    Bibliographie de lICSE en ligne

    Bibliography for the International Conferences on Software Engineering (ICSE) http://liinwww.ira.uka.de/bibliography/SE/ICSE.html

    http://www.opensource.org/http://www.inria.fr/valorisation/Strategie-inria-logiciel-libre.pdfhttp://liinwww.ira.uka.de/bibliography/SE/ICSE.htmlhttp://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free/Libre_Open_Source_Softwarehttp://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_source

  • International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE)- Bibliography DBLPhttp://www.informatik.uni-trier.de/~ley/db/conf/icse/index.html

    Le coin des spcialistes

    Ouvrages

    Deek, F., McHugh, J. Open Source : technology & policy ; CUP, 2008.

    Meeker, Heather J., The open source alternative : understanding risks and leveraging opportunities, Wiley, 2008. Three different domains - technology, law and business - intersect in the world of open source software and Meeker's book manages to address each of the three at an expert level while still synthesizing the larger issues relevant to everyone in the field. While the topic of open source has generated a flood of commentary, the type of careful and reasoned analysis offered in this book is in short supply and makes The Open Source Alternative stand apart from similar recent offerings. [consultable lINRIA Grenoble Rhne-Alpes]

    Lessig, L. Code [Texte imprim] : version 2.0, Basic books, 2006 . There's a common belief that cyberspace cannot be regulated-that it is, in its very essence, immune from the government's (or anyone else's) control. Code, first published in 2000, argues that this belief is wrong. It is not in the nature of cyberspace to be unregulable; cyberspace has no "nature." It only has code-the software and hardware that make cyberspace what it is. That code can create a place of freedom-as the original architecture of the Net did-or a place of oppressive control. Under the influence of commerce, cyberpsace is becoming a highly regulable space, where behavior is much more tightly controlled than in real space. But that's not inevitable either. We can-we must-choose what kind of cyberspace we want and what freedoms we will guarantee. These choices are all about architecture: about what kind of code will govern cyberspace, and who will control it. In this realm, code is the most significant form of law, and it is up to lawyers, policymakers, and especially citizens to decide what values that code embodies. [consultable lINRIA Rh Alpes]

    Du mme auteur, accessible en ligne voir aussi Codev2 http://codev2.cc/

    Muffatto, M. Open source : a multidisciplinary approach, Imperial college Press, 2006.

    Feller, J. Perspectives on free and open source software, MIT Press, 2005. What is the status of the Free and Open Source Software (F/OSS) revolution? Has the creation of software that can be freely used, modified, and redistributed transformed industry and society, as some predicted, or is this transformation still a work in progress? Perspectives on Free and Open Source Software brings together leading analysts and researchers to address this question, examining specific aspects of F/OSS in a way that is both scientifically rigorous and highly relevant to real-life managerial and technical concerns.

    Fogel, K. Producing open source software : how to to run a successful free software project, OReilly, 2005. The corporate market is now embracing free, "open source" software like never before, as evidenced by the recent success of the technologies underlying LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP). Each is the result of a publicly collaborative process among numerous developers who volunteer their time and energy to create better software. [consultable lINRIA Grenoble Rhne-Alpes]

    St Laurent, A. Understanding open source & free software licensing , OReilly, 2004. In his book, Andrew M. St. Laurent attempts to help readers understand the variations and complexities involved in deciding what kind of licensing model to apply to software being developed and how to understand the complexities and requirements of open source and free software licensing that someone may want to use and incorporate in software packages being developed for internal use and/or external distribution. [consultable lINRIA Grenoble Rhne-Alpes]

    http://codev2.cc/http://www.informatik.uni-trier.de/~ley/db/conf/icse/index.html

  • William, S. Free as in Freedom, OReilly & Associates, 2002. In 1984, Richard Stallman launched the GNU Project for the purpose of developing a complete UNIX-like operating system that would allow for free software use. What he developed was the GNU operating system. (GNU is a recursive acronym for "GNU's Not UNIX,'' and it is pronounced guh-NEW. Linux is a variant of the GNU operating system.) This biography traces the evolution of Stallman's eccentric genius from gifted child to teen outcast to passionate crusader for free software.

    Feller, J.Fitzgerald, B, Raymond E. Understanding open source software development, Addison-Wesley/ Pearson, 2002.

    Raymond, E. The cathedral and the bazaar : musings on linux and open source by an accidental revolutionary, OReilly, 2001. It may be foolish to consider Eric Raymond's recent collection of essays, The Cathedral and the Bazaar, the most important computer programming thinking to follow the Internet revolution. But it would be more unfortunate to overlook the implications and long-term benefits of his fastidious description of open-source software development considering the growing dependence businesses and economies have on emerging computer technologies.

    DiBona, C. Ockman, S. Stone, M. Open sources : voices from the open source revolution; OReilly, 1999. Open Sources: Voices from the Open Source Revolution is a fascinating look at the raging debate that is its namesake. Filled with writings from the central players--from Linux creator Linus Torvalds to Perl creator Larry Wall--the book convinces the reader of the overwhelming merits of freeing up the many iterations of software's source code [consultable lINRIA Sophia Antipolis]

    Chapitres douvrage

    Dengya Zhu, Vidyasagar Potdar and Elizabeth Chang : Open Source Software Development (OSSD) Based On Software Engineering , IFIP International federation for Information Processing, Springer, vol. 203, pp. 345-346, 2006. http://www.springerlink.com/content/p472644k75gkq23h/fulltext.pdf [accessible depuis lINRIA]

    Stefan Koch, Agile Principles and Open Source Software Development: A Theoretical and Empirical Discussion, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer, pp. 85-93, 2004. http://www.springerlink.com/content/19kqmpf1kwtp55v3/fulltext.pdf [accessible depuis lINRIA]

    Thses

    Barcellini, F. Conception de l'artefact, conception du collectif: dynamique d'un processus de conception ouvert et continu dans une communaut de dveloppement de logiciels libres . Thses. Conservatoire national des arts et mtiers - CNAM (28/11/2008), Franoise Dtienne (Dir.) - http://tel.archives-ouvertes.fr/tel-00350212/fr/

    Tariq, Muhammad, Quality of the Open Source Software University essay from Blekinge Tekniska Hgskola/Sektionen fr Teknik (TEK), 2008. http://www.essays.se/essay/8d4d54ac60/

    Bronner, Mathias, Measuring the Usage of Open Source Software, University essay from IT -universitetet i Gteborg/Tillmpad informationsteknologi. 2007. http://www.essays.se/essay/7278a077ce/

    Druel, F. valuation de la valeur l're du web : Proposition de modle de valorisation des projets non marchands Thses. Universit d'Angers (14/11/2007), Simon RICHIR (Dir.) http://tel.archives-ouv