Open is Eating the World: What Source Code and Science Have in Common – The Scholarly Kitchen

“There are increasingly noticeable connections between open source and open research. Both open research and open source are promoted as mechanisms to improve quality by creating faster and more robust feedback mechanisms, they’re both intended to reduce waste and unnecessarily duplicated effort (validation is not duplication of effort, they’re different things), and they both draw / are dependent on communities to be both valuable and sustainable….”

Source: Open is Eating the World: What Source Code and Science Have in Common – The Scholarly Kitchen