The open code market

Jordi Carrasco-Muñoz

Abstract


The Open Code Market (OCM) is both an open market for code, as well as a market for open code. However, it aims mainly to become a free market for software, as well as a market for Free Software. The OCM introduces into the Free/Open Source movement an economic incentive, to help align the priorities of Free/Open Source developers with those of the end users.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5210/fm.v8i11.1099



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