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Quality Of Code Doesn’t Matter Much In Open Source Contributions: Study


For those of you in the software industry, you may be shocked to learn that contributor reputation trumps good old fashioned peer review when it comes to committing code in your project in a study on open source projects. I suspect this might mirror the real world where tight deadlines and outsourced labor are regular parts of the workload.

https://fossbytes.com/quality-of-code-doesnt-matter-open-source-contributions/#

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