Software sviluppato dagli utenti

La distinzione tra utenti e sviluppatori software sta rapidamente svanendo, scrivono Gerhard Fischer, Kumiyo Nakakoji e Yunwen Ye su IEEE Software, September/October 2009.

“Crediamo che gli esperti di dominio, cioè coloro che hanno i problemi, debbano farsi carico di svilupparsi il software che serve loro. […]

The World Wide Web’s short history provides convincing evidence of the quick dissolution of the sharp distinction of design and use. In the Web’s
first decade, a clear separation between developers and users was predominant, in which users used whatever professional Web developers gave them.
As we enter the Web 2.0 era, we’re witnessing a much richer ecology of user participation. Users now also participate in various development activities
that continuously evolve Web applications through adoption, adaptation, appropriation, and mashing-up of existing Web systems.”

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