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Ik kreeg vanmiddag een rss-feed van de Document Foundation. Het gaat over "Open Projects". 
Ik heb geen idee waar het om gaat. Zou het belangrijk zijn dit te verduidelijken met het oog op 
NLLGG en T-Dose? Ik denk so wie so niet dat er veel mensen zijn die echt iets aan zo'n tekst 

Open Projects gives communities the power to develop what they choose–APIs, code, specifications, 
reference implementations, guidelines– in one place, under open source licenses, with a path to 
recognition in global policy and procurement.

en ook:
“For many, open source has become a means of establishing de facto software standards. However, de 
facto standards are not recognized by many governments and institutions,” said Chris Ferris, IBM 
Fellow and CTO Open Tech for IBM. “OASIS Open Projects provides an important new opportunity to 
leverage the rapid innovation of open source in the process of developing open standards. The 
potential to achieve ISO, IEC, or ITU standards approval is a huge value for many important open 
source initiatives.” Ferris, who also holds a leadership position on the Hyperledger Fabric 
project, played an instrumental role in defining the OASIS Open Projects program and now serves on 
its Advisory Council.

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