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39 39  == What data or other resources will you use to answer this question? (200) (Final Draft) ==
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42 -The proposed project’s research design depends heavily on data gathering from public sources such as published reports, which will be triangulated with data gathered through public and private sources such as RFPs and RFIs used in digital infrastructure procurement processes, and formal surveys and interviews of business decision makers and OSS project community members including maintainers. Although access to the publicly available resources can be accessed through public and academic libraries and archives, the access to privately held data and the calendars of business decision makers and OSS community members will require professional networks and relationships.
42 +The project’s research design depends heavily on data gathering from public sources~-~-published reports, project websites/repositories, etc.~-~-which will be triangulated with data gathered through private sources, such as RFP/RFIs, prospectuses, etc. used to invest in digital infrastructure. In addition to this documentation, formal surveys and interviews of business decision-makers and OSS project community members including maintainers, will be conducted.
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44 -The Open Source Initiative enjoys an international reputation as the stewards of open source software, with an extensive membership of open source software projects and affiliated communities, as well as relationships with government and industry representation through a variety of partnerships and initiatives. This unique relationship provides access to individuals, projects, and communities who will have access to resources valuable to this research.
44 +Although publicly available resources can be accessed through academic libraries and archives, access to privately held data, and the availability of business decision-makers and OSS community members, will require professional networks and relationships. The Open Source Initiative enjoys an international reputation as the stewards of open source software, with an extensive membership of open source software projects and affiliated communities, as well as relationships with government and industry representation through a variety of partnerships and initiatives. This unique relationship provides access to individuals, projects, and communities who will have access to resources valuable to this research.
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46 46  * Organizational metrics (OSS projects and adopting entities): users & staff, revenue & costs, adoption & contributions, etc.
47 47  * Operational practices (OSS projects and adopting entities): community & communications, roles & governance, development life-cycle, technical infrastructure, business methods & models, etc.

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