Open Source management

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NB! This page now reflects the Spring 2010 course! The stuff is under construction.


Course Schedule

The course runs in three parts:

  • Lecture/lab session - end of January / beginning of February
  • Independent work - February - April
  • Final seminar - April 12.

Lecture/lab session

Monday, January 25, T-321, 10.15 - 11.45

and write a comparison (can be blogged or e-mailed; up to 5 points). Due: next Monday, February 1.

Monday, January 25. T-321, 12.15 - 13.45

Tuesday, January 26. T-321, 10.15 - 11.45

  • Wesnoth lab, formation of the teams, accounts for Trac and Subversion
  • Homework: installing and playing Wesnoth. Write a game review (can be blogged or e-mailed; up to 5 points). Due: next Monday, February 1.

Wednesday, January 27, T-321, 10.15 - 11.45

Wednesday, January 27, T-321, 11.15 - 13.45

  • Wesnoth and tools lab.

Thursday, January 28, T-321, 10.15 - 11.45

Thursday, January 28, T-321, 12.15 - 13.45

  • Wesnoth lab

Monday, February 1, T-321, 10.15 - 11.45

Tuesday, February 2, T-321, 10.15 - 11.45

Wednesday, February 3, T-321, 10.15 - 11.45

Wednesday, February 3, T-321, 11.15 - 13.45

  • Lab/discussion: Wesnoth campaign building


Independent work

  • Campaign project - story outline, main characters, rough overview of scenarios - should be put up to the team's Trac page. Due: Monday, February 22 (3 weeks from the end of the lectures)
  • Beta milestone - end of March (should be ready/playable with minor omissions)
  • Final milestone - April 5 (a week before the end of the course). The campaign should be finished and the final version made available for download (in order to let others review it).
  • Playtesting another team's campaign. Write a review (can be blogged or e-mailed). During the final week - deadline April 12 (the final day of the course)


Grading

  • Wesnoth campaign (participation in team; everyone writes a short report about his/her role and contribution) - 50%
  • Campaign testing/review (for another team's work) - 15%
  • Literature reviews/reflections/case studies - 35%

Lecture notes