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How is consensus and accountability achieved in large software development projects?

Open source project management is essentially about community building and plan for another group or entity to take it over... essentially a succession plan. First of all you need to attract ...
Ashok Ramachandran's user avatar
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Applying Agile Methodologies to Open Source Volunteer projects?

Open source projects inherently embody one of the Agile Manifesto's main principles: The best architectures, requirements, and designs emerge from self-organizing teams. Making sure you create an ...
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Multiple people working on the same new open source project and chaos

At first glance, the issue seems to be that the project isn't managed. Management of open source/volunteer efforts is an interesting challenge that deserves a paper/presentation. I mention this only ...
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Applying Agile Methodologies to Open Source Volunteer projects?

I would recommend looking into the Kanban Method. This method focuses on the flow of work rather than the more common agile "iterative and incremental" approach. Kanban starts with just a few basic ...
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I want to create a summary task without indenting the subtasks

This approach is not recommended because it will inflate the total work content Your question can apply to MS Project and open source Project Management tools such as ProjectLibre and OpenProject. ...
Ashok Ramachandran's user avatar
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How open source projects work without project manager?

Open-source projects are often associated with agile methodologies, but you shouldn't confuse the 2 concepts. The agile manifesto calls upon self-organising teams - in that sense, there is no project ...
Yves Lehmann's user avatar

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