„Linus törvénye” változatai közötti eltérés

kivettem az 5 és fél éve bemásolt, és azóta le nem fordított angol szöveget, az angol cikk is alakult azóta
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(kivettem az 5 és fél éve bemásolt, és azóta le nem fordított angol szöveget, az angol cikk is alakult azóta)
 
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Some studies have contested Linus's Law. Software development experts Robert Glass, Michael Howard and David LeBlanc have stated that application of Linus's Law can lead to security and software maintenance problems<ref>Glass, Robert L. Facts and Fallacies of Software Engineering. ISBN 0321117425</ref><ref>Howard, Michael and LeBlanc, David. Writing Secure Code, Second Edition. ISBN 0735617228</ref> citing the relatively small number of contributions made to open-source projects by „outside” people – that is, people not belonging to a small core group of developers. This is largely the result of the necessary investment developers must make in setting up a build environment and understanding a piece of code before they can effectively contribute to it. Some projects also distrust external contributions, fearing that they might create difficult-to-find bugs or security holes, and so these projects create an inconvenient review process which can hinder external development.
 
Approaches suggested by open source advocates{{Fact|date=March 2007}} to avoid these problems and to generate more maintainable code include using modular components with loose [[Coupling (computer science)|coupling]], or a good [[test suite]] for verifying external contributions, or a simple deployment strategy supported by tools like [[autoconf]].
 
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== Linus törvénye Linus Torvalds szerint ==
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