Complete Translation of Community Building: Social Architecture
“This is the essence of thirty years of software development experiences.”Greetings, Habr.
I want to introduce the best (only) book on building communities, written by IT IT specialist.
For myself, I found applicable tools for analyzing community / organization "on the fly" (I and more than 100 people conducted an "audit" of Habr ), as well as tips on which " genotype " to lay when developing a new product / brand / movement. Read, save, share and write your review.
about the author
“Unfortunately, we do not choose death for ourselves, but we can meet it with dignity to be remembered as men.”
- film “Gladiator”
Peter Hinchens (Pieter Hintjens) - Belgian developer, writer. He served as CEO and chief software designer at iMatix , a company that produces free software , such as the ZeroMQ library (the library takes care of data buffering, queuing, establishing and recovering connections, etc.), OpenAMQ, Libero , GSL code generator , and the Xitami web service .
- The author of more than 30 protocols and distributed systems.
- Founder of the Edgenet project to create a completely secure, anonymous global P2P network.
- President of the Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure (FFII) association , which fought patent law.
- CEO of Wikidot's own wiki project .
- He was an activist of open standards and the founder of the Digital Standards Organization .
- Peter in 2007 was named one of the 50 most influential people in the field of "Intellectual Property".
- The wisdom of the crowd
- Chapter 1.
- Chapter 2
- The emotional burnout of volunteers
- How to capture / protect an open-source project
- The myth of individual intelligence
- Counting the collective intelligence of Habr (and any other organization of people)
- Chapter 3
- ZeroMQ Community
- Software Architecture Psychology
- The Importance of Contracts
- 4 Steps to a Self-Governing Community
- Chapter 4.
- Protocol for the C4 collaboration
- Chapter 5
- Design, Development, Innovation
- Strategies for the success of open source projects
- Chapter 6.
- Living Systems
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