Date finished: 2002-01-25
A book containing absolutely no useful information whatsoever. It talks about the history of open source, and says nothing. It talks about network-structured organizations, and says nothing. It talks about tools for open source development, and says nothing. The author's bio describes him as "an internationally recognized leader in open source"; have you ever heard of him, or of his company Crealog? You can't even give this book to a manager as a gentle introduction to free software, because the text is just so relentlessly boring.
%T Managing Open Source Projects %@ 2002-01-25 %A Sandred, Jan %G ISBN 0471403962 %K computing