论文代写-MODULE 389 COM-Assignment 1
时间:2021-03-31
389 COM Open Source Development
Assignment 1 (40%) - Individual


MODULE 389 COM Open Source Development
ASSESSMENT TYPE Assignment
MODE Individual
WEITAGE (x/100%) 40
HAND-OUT DATE 30 Mar 2021
DEADLINE 17 Apr 2021

Assignment Deliverables and Conditions:
• Final Documentation has to be word processed. The maximum of 3000 words is recommended.
Your document should be submitted as a PDF in the form NAME_207ISECW1.pdf, where NAME
is your name in camel case.
• Late submissions will be awarded ZERO marks. If you have a genuine reason for needing to
submit late, you can request an extension from faculty registry (at reception).
• Citation of facts is mandatory. Obtain your facts from credible sources into references /
bibliography. Avoid ‘dumping of data’. Instead the facts that you discuss should be made relevant
to your case/project.
• PLAGIARISM WARNING. Plagiarism is the "wrongful appropriation" and "stealing and
publication" of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions" and the representation
of them as one's own original work.[1][2]. Plagiarism is considered academic dishonesty and a
breach of journalistic ethics. It is subject to sanctions.
• Please consider the environment and don't print unnecessarily.

LEARNING OUTCOMES COVERED
TASK
Use a range of common tools for assisting with team software development.
A2
Demonstrate systematic understanding of the licencing, legal issues,
commonly held views regarding open-source, proprietary and other
modes of software development and distribution.

A1
Contribute to open-source projects at various stages of
development, in a number of roles.

A2
Critically evaluate the issues of developing portable, multilingual
software.

A2

Footnote;
[1] From the 1995 Random House Compact Unabridged Dictionary: use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and the
representation of them as one's own original work, qtd. in Stepchyshyn, Vera; Nelson, Robert S. (2007). Library plagiarism policies. Assoc. of
College & Resrch Libraries. p. 65. ISBN 978-0-8389-8416-1.
[2] From the Oxford English Dictionary: The action or practice of taking someone else's work, idea, etc., and passing it off as one's own; literary
theft.
389 COM Open Source Development
Assignment 1 (40%) - Individual


Portfolio content overview

Part one: Open Source Licences Essay
This essay will be a report comparing two open source licences of your choice and
comparing one of them to a licence for proprietary software. You will be provided
with licence options if you want to use them.
The report should be written as if you have been tasked to produce a report for a
company on this licence.

It should cover:

• A short description of the licences chosen.
• An analysis of the legal and ethical considerations of all licences described.
• Legal aspects of selected open source licences, what kinds of licence can each
be combined with when licencing software?
• Relevance to projects with a mix of closed and open source components
• Implications for the future of any codebase using licences discussed.
• Examples, with summaries, of current software projects using that licence.

As part of this report you will also be expected to have looked at other license types
aside from the main one you have chosen, so you can compare and contrast it to those
licences.

We will expect to see evidence of research, so you must reference your work.

Word Limits

Minimum 2000 words excluding quotes and references
Maximum 3000 words excluding quotes and references

This essay will be marked out of 100, and comprises 40% of the portfolio mark.






















































































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