Approaches to deliver high quality of OSS

OSS development holds a number of annexes best practices functionality of closed
source development centralized management, code ownership, task ownership, planning and strategy, system testing, leadership and decision-making, but these different activities are carried out. Closed Source Software is well-defined method of development. It is an extensive documentation project.CSS is formal, structured testing and quality assurance procedures. With CSS formal risk assessment process monitored and managed throughout the project and has analysts define requirements and measurable objectives used throughout the project. In CSS impact detection of black box testing as early as possible and empirical evidence about the quality routinely used to help decision making. In this team members are assigned work and Formal design phase is finished and signed before the program starts. There is a lot of effort into the project planning and scheduling whereas Open Source Software development techniques are often not defined or documented. OSS is a little documentation project and Unstructured and informal testing and quality assurance procedures. In OSS programmers specify requirements, no formal risk assessment process. There are some measurable goals, defect discovery of black box testing late in the process and empirical evidence about the quality is not collected. In OSS team members choose to work. In this a project often goes directly to programming and has little or project scheduling.
OSS development depends on understanding main areas of sustainable communities, code modularity, project management and testing process management. To achieve high quality software, OSS professional must fully understand the area. High-quality OSS relies dejectedly on having a large, supportable community to develop code debug code quickly and effectively develop new features.
OSS the project will have access to more human resources than closed-source project that OSS development demonstrating its power to build faster than closed-source model and to increase quality. OSS development faces fewer hours and cost pressures in closed-source development, therefore, while a larger number of reviews to do not necessarily be effective, it would not be important problems.
Two areas where OSS development differs significantly from closed-source development, and the effect reaches the level of quality, His peer review and people management. OSS development actively encouraging modernization and creativity, creating a more people-oriented process then dominated traditional development through these methods, tools and techniques. In closed-source development, testing rigor process is perhaps the most factors in the success of high-quality software. In open source development, success error detection and fix all lifecycle, especially during system testing, depends much less procedural difficulties. Instead, it is using a variety of techniques to achieve high quality.