Open collaboration

Open collaboration is "any system of innovation or production that relies on goal-oriented yet loosely coordinated participants who interact to create a product (or service) of economic value, which they make available to contributors and noncontributors alike." It is prominently observed in open source software, but can also be found in many other instances, such as in Internet forums, mailing lists and online communities.wikipedia
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Open-source software

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It is prominently observed in open source software, but can also be found in many other instances, such as in Internet forums, mailing lists and online communities.
Open-source software is a prominent example of open collaboration.

Wikipedia

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Open source project is also thought to be the operating principle underlining a gamut of diverse ventures, including bitcoin, TEDx, and Wikipedia.
Wikipedia ( or ) is a multilingual online encyclopedia created and maintained as an open collaboration project by a community of volunteer editors using a wiki-based editing system.

Open-source model

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The open-source model is a decentralized software development model that encourages open collaboration.

Mass collaboration

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Open source project is the principle underlying peer production, mass collaboration, and wikinomics.

Internet forum

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It is prominently observed in open source software, but can also be found in many other instances, such as in Internet forums, mailing lists and online communities. It was observed initially in open source software, but can also be found in many other instances, such as in Internet forums, mailing lists, Internet communities, and many instances of open content, such as creative commons.

Mailing list

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It is prominently observed in open source software, but can also be found in many other instances, such as in Internet forums, mailing lists and online communities. It was observed initially in open source software, but can also be found in many other instances, such as in Internet forums, mailing lists, Internet communities, and many instances of open content, such as creative commons.

Online community

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It is prominently observed in open source software, but can also be found in many other instances, such as in Internet forums, mailing lists and online communities.

Bitcoin

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Open source project is also thought to be the operating principle underlining a gamut of diverse ventures, including bitcoin, TEDx, and Wikipedia.

TED (conference)

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Open source project is also thought to be the operating principle underlining a gamut of diverse ventures, including bitcoin, TEDx, and Wikipedia.

Peer production

Open source project is the principle underlying peer production, mass collaboration, and wikinomics.

Wikinomics

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Open source project is the principle underlying peer production, mass collaboration, and wikinomics.

Community

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It was observed initially in open source software, but can also be found in many other instances, such as in Internet forums, mailing lists, Internet communities, and many instances of open content, such as creative commons.

Open content

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It was observed initially in open source software, but can also be found in many other instances, such as in Internet forums, mailing lists, Internet communities, and many instances of open content, such as creative commons.

Creative Commons

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It was observed initially in open source software, but can also be found in many other instances, such as in Internet forums, mailing lists, Internet communities, and many instances of open content, such as creative commons.

Crowdsourcing

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It also explains some instances of crowdsourcing, collaborative consumption, and open innovation.

Collaborative consumption

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It also explains some instances of crowdsourcing, collaborative consumption, and open innovation.

Open innovation

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It also explains some instances of crowdsourcing, collaborative consumption, and open innovation.

Egalitarianism

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Riehle et al. define open collaboration as collaboration based on three principles of egalitarianism, meritocracy, and self-organization.

Meritocracy

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Riehle et al. define open collaboration as collaboration based on three principles of egalitarianism, meritocracy, and self-organization.

Self-organization

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Riehle et al. define open collaboration as collaboration based on three principles of egalitarianism, meritocracy, and self-organization.

User-generated content

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They can also be present in a commercial website that is based on user-generated content.

Commons-based peer production

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Open source

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Use of the term originated with software, but has expanded beyond the software sector to cover other open content and forms of open collaboration.

Open-source-software movement

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The open-source-software movement is a movement that supports the use of open-source licenses for some or all software, a part of the broader notion of open collaboration.