Here is a collection of all the illustrations tables, and figures in the thesis. I believe this is the quickest andmost entertaining way of getting an overview of the content in the thesis. Scroll down and have a look!
Table 1. Characteristics of the commercial and open source software model.
Figure 2. Motivational aspects of open source development
Table 2. Business models with open source software
Figure 3. One-way translation of interests
Figure 4. N-way translations with boundary object
Figure 5. Elements of a research project. From Holter & Kalleberg (1996, p.33)
Table 3. List of interiviews.
Figure 7. Communities within communities
Figure 6. openSUSE release cycle (dates not exact).
Figure 8. Direction of development – external contributions
Table 4. Distribution of users and posts on developer mailing-lists.
Table 6. Employee participation on mailing lists
Figure 9. Employee participation on developer lists – users and posts.
Figure 10. Motivation for community participation – distribution of frequencies.
Analysis and discussion
Figure 11. The Novell organizational system and the interactive openSUSE system
Figure 12. Model of a bug-report
Figure 13. Keywords in the openSUSE object
Figure 14. Illustration of translations in the openSUSE object. Model derived from Star and
Figure 15. Target-object motivation.
Figure 16. Network of boundary objects and communication channels.
Figure 17. Participation by employees on mailing lists.
Figure 18. Internal and external pressure towards separation
Figure 19. Elements of system connectivity
Figure 20. Split code base.