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I would like to first make clear that the Open Source Initiative (OSI) doesn't actually define a standard. Instead, they say the following: There are many definitions of "Open Standard". We don't try to define it ourselves, but we know that if you can't implement an Open Standard under an Open Source License, it's not open enough for us. Basically, they'...


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