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- Rick Kazman & Hong-Mei Chen
- the metropolis model -- a new logic for development of crowdsourced systems
- Commun ACM V52n7(Jul 2009)pp76-84
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- =ESSAY WEB/NET COMMONS F/OSS ONION SERVICES CROWDSOURCE JAD CBSS LIFECYCLE ANALYST DESIGN ECONOMICS ITERATION. DISTRIBUTED EVOLUTION PEOPLE COMMONS
- CBSS::="community-based service systems", following
- not producing goods for consumption. Not centralized.
- open teams.
- Mashability -- reuse.
- conflicting, unknowable requirements -- discover by doing, emergent.
- Focus on operations. Start with a working system and aim for no downtime.
- Sufficient correctness. Perpetual Beta.
- Unstable resources -- many parallel prosumers.
- prosumer::= produce & consumer.
- Emergent behavior. Nondeterministic.
(End of Net)
- crowd management>project management.
- promotion through ranks, attracting developers, meritocracy.
- split kernel services from peripheral services.
- pernipheral work is done by crowdsourcing, kernel by higher ranked developers.
- ubiquitous operations even as it evolves.
- implications: no phases, align business to crowd, not control but lead, tutorials and examples, usability. Requirements come from the periphery, forums help but can be shortcircuited. Architecture vital core. Small modular kernel. Tools for Testing, bug reporting and tracking. Flexible delivery. High availability.
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