Producing Open Source Software: How to Run a Successful Free Software Project

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University Press of Florida, 2009 - Computers - 192 pages
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This outline covers the history and organization of the federal and state judicial systems; the criminal and civil court processes; the background, qualifications, and selection of federal judges; the role of other participants (lawyers, defendants, interest groups) in the judicial process; and the implementation and impact of judicial policies. Contents: 1) History and Organization of State Judicial System. 2) History and Organization of the Federal Judicial System. 3) Jurisdiction and Policy-Making Boundaries. 4) Lawyers, Litigants, and Interest Groups in the Judicial Process. 5) U.S. Criminal Court Process. 6) U.S. Civil Court Process. 7) Federal Judges. 8) Implementation and Impact of Judicial Policies. Also contains a Glossary and the full text of the US Constitution and Amendments.

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User Review  - jrep - LibraryThing

Don't let the title fool you! While about half the book is specific to (and immensely useful in) running an open-source project, the other half applies to any sort of intentional community. Reflecting ... Read full review

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Best book on the topic I have read to date. Read full review

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