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Free Software and Code Reuse

marcosdumay (620877) writes | more than 2 years ago

User Journal 0

By 2006 I suspected free software developers could make better use of code reuse than proprietary software developers, and with that achieve a much better productivity with time. By then I tought that time had already come, what is clearly wrong, but I've being collecting data since then, and summarized it in an article.

If anybody ever gets here (who reads those journals anyway?), you are invited to read the article.

By 2006 I suspected free software developers could make better use of code reuse than proprietary software developers, and with that achieve a much better productivity with time. By then I tought that time had already come, what is clearly wrong, but I've being collecting data since then, and summarized it in an article.

If anybody ever gets here (who reads those journals anyway?), you are invited to read the article.

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