I did another Google on ‘open source bibliography’ and found this via Bob Sutor’s Open Blog:
- Flashline Inc’s OSS Blibliography A wiki with links to relevant online articles – ie not a true academic bibliography, but useful nevertheless. Has a section on the business cases for OSS. Last update: March 2004
Now duly added to the listing page, along with a link to the MIT opensource papers repository, which is also not strictly a bibliography, but hey, at least it’s uptodate, in that one paper was submitted this year.
I am now a first page item on Google for both ‘open source bibliography’ and ‘open source literature review’. Why does that make me feel important?
If you found Spartakan and know of any other useful OSS bibliographies, please tell me – I’ll add them to this site and to my del.icio.us pages.