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Re: [Fwd: Re: Call for Papers - Software Process: Improvement and Practice]
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Subject: Re: Call for Papers - Software Process: Improvement and Practice
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2004 23:27:37 GMT
From: threeseas <timrueAT@mindspringDOT.com>
Organization: EarthLink Inc. -- http://www.EarthLink.net
Carol Biesecker wrote:
Call for Papers: "Software Process: Improvement and Practice," for a
special issue on "Free/Open Source Software Processes," a publication
of Wiley InterScience (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.)
*** ALL INQUIRIES TO Brian Fitzgerald (email@example.com) ***
- Abstract submission (required): 15 February 2005
- Full paper submission: 1 March 2005
- Expected publication: Winter/Spring 2006.
[snip - see thread in comp.software-eng or links just above]
It may be of interest to note that Wiley is also the publisher of the
twice missed publishing date of "Software Factories, assembling
applications with patterns, models, frameworks and tools."
A book by more or less Microsoft and in promotion of MS claim to
innovation of such. Longhorn is also targeted for something like a 2006
release and is relative to the MS software factories idealogy promoted
in the book.
Patent law.... I seem to recall something along the lines of a year
grace period between first communication and patent application date.
Maybe I'm being pesimistic..... wait a minute, this does connect or
parrallel to MS... maybe I'm being realistic...
is software science research being guided (detoured) by money?
Hmmm, I believe someone already answered that and said yes.
I suspect biased (not accurate of reality) submissions will result.
maybe MS will end up patenting some junk.... or is this the opportunity
to .... backfire a setup?
something to make you go "Hmmmm"
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