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Full Papers -- Spago4Q and the QEST nD Model: An Open Source Solution for Software Performance Measurement -- An Investigation of the Users’ Perception of OSS Quality -- Engaging without Over-Powering: A Case Study of a FLOSS Project -- The Meso-level Structure of F/OSS Collaboration Network: Local Communities and Their Innovativeness -- To Patent or Not to Patent: A Pilot Experiment on Incentives to Copyright in a Sequential Innovation Setting -- Voting for Bugs in Firefox: A Voice for Mom and Dad? -- The Nagios Community: An Extended Quantitative Analysis -- Collaborative Development for the XO Laptop: CODEX 2 -- Risks and Risk Mitigation in Open Source Software Adoption: Bridging the Gap between Literature and Practice -- Usability Innovations in OSS Development – Examining User Innovations in an OSS Usability Discussion Forum -- Governance in Open Source Software Development Projects: A Comparative Multi-level Analysis -- Evaluating the Readiness of Proprietary Software for Open Source Development -- Where and When Can Open Source Thrive? Towards a Theory of Robust Performance -- How Open Are Local Government Documents in Sweden? A Case for Open Standards -- Bug Localization Using Revision Log Analysis and Open Bug Repository Text Categorization -- T-DOC: A Tool for the Automatic Generation of Testing Documentation for OSS Products -- Open Source Introducing Policy and Promotion of Regional Industries in Japan -- Comparing OpenBRR, QSOS, and OMM Assessment Models -- Joining and Socialization in Open Source Women’s Groups: An Exploratory Study of KDE-Women -- Download Patterns and Releases in Open Source Software Projects: A Perfect Symbiosis? -- Modelling Failures Occurrences of Open Source Software with Reliability Growth -- A Field Study on the Barriers in the Assimilation of Open Source Server Software -- Reclassifying Success and Tragedy in FLOSS Projects -- Short Papers -- Three Strategies for Open Source Deployment: Substitution, Innovation, and Knowledge Reuse -- Coordination Implications of Software Coupling in Open Source Projects -- Industry Regulation through Open Source Software: A Strategic Ownership Proposal -- Proposal for Solving Incompatibility Problems between Open-Source and Proprietary Web Browsers -- FLOSS Communities: Analyzing Evolvability and Robustness from an Industrial Perspective -- BULB: Onion-Based Measuring of OSS Communities -- A Network of FLOSS Competence Centres -- Profiling F/OSS Adoption Modes: An Interpretive Approach -- Introducing Automated Unit Testing into Open Source Projects -- A Case Study on the Transformation from Proprietary to Open Source Software -- High-Level Debugging Facilities and Interfaces: Design and Developement of a Debug-Oriented I.D.E. -- To Rule and Be Ruled: Governance and Participation in FOSS Projects -- A Comparison Framework for Open Source Software Evaluation Methods -- An Exploratory Long-Term Open Source Activity Analysis: Implications from Empirical Findings on Activity Statistics -- Challenges for Mobile Middleware Platform: Issues for Embedded Open Source Software Integration -- Open Source Software Developer and Project Networks -- Warehousing and Studying Open Source Versioning Metadata -- Workshops -- Workshop – Open Source Software for Computer Games and Virtual Worlds: Practice and Future -- WoPDaSD 2010: 5th Workshop on Public Data about Software Development -- Second International Workshop on Building Sustainable Open Source Communities OSCOMM 2010 -- Open Source Policy and Promotion of IT Industries in East Asia -- OSS 2010 Doctoral Consortium (OSS2010DC) -- Panels -- Student Participation in OSS Projects -- Open Source Software/Systems in Humanitarian Applications (H-FOSS) -- The FOSS 2010 Community Report -- The Present and Future of FLOSS Data Archives.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International IFIP WG 2.13 Conference on Open Source Systems, OSS 2010, held in Notre Dame, IN, USA, in May/June 2010. The 23 revised full papers presented together with 17 short papers, 5 workshop abstracts and 4 panel descriptions were carefully reviewed and selected from 51 submissions. The papers reflect the international communities of active OSS researchers and present a broad range of perspectives on open source systems ranging from software engineering through organizational issues to law.

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