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Ten Rules for Open Source Software Development


December 14, 2012 | In a paper published earlier this month in PLOS Computational Biology, Andreas Prlić of the San Diego Supercomputing Center and James B. Procter of the University of Dundee lay out ten simple rules for open development of scientific software. Among them: Don't Reinvent the Wheel; Be Your Own User; Nurture Your Community; and Science Counts. PLOS Computational Biology
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