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The OSI is the authority that defines Open Source, recognized globally by individuals, companies, and by public institutions.

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With all the buzz around SBOMs and Open Source supply chain compliance and security, a new revolution is igniting at ClearlyDefined. https://opensource.org/blog/unveiling-clearlydefined-this-free-sbom-service-gets-cleared-for-takeoff

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One of the key challenges—one that the OSI community is addressing head on—is defining Open Source within the context of foundation models. https://opensource.org/blog/exploring-openness-in-ai-insights-from-the-columbia-convening

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A new framework is proposed to help inform practical and nuanced decisions about the openness of AI systems, including foundation models https://opensource.org/blog/exploring-openness-in-ai-insights-from-the-columbia-convening

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What is the best in-depth up-to-date survey of the various models that individuals and companies have used to earn money from (or on top of) open source software, and the ups and down thereof? The last thing I saw that I would call systematic was an internal study at a big tech company seven years ago (so not shareable or citable), and even then it documented 20+ approaches. Pointers welcome - thanks.

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@gvwilson do you mean business models? We'd like to know too. Check the Practical Open Source call for articles https://opensource.org/blog/practical-open-source-2024-submit-your-proposal

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@osi I sent an email to the license-discuss list (I’m a member of the list), but I can’t tell whether the list actually got it. It doesn’t show up in the archives (nothing from May is in the archives, but maybe no mail has been sent this month?): https://lists.opensource.org/pipermail/license-discuss_lists.opensource.org/

Who should I contact to find out if the message was actually received? Maybe there’s moderation happening, and no one has approved it yet?

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@ramsey if the message was held in moderation you should have received a notification. There are no messages held in moderation at the moment. Can you please try sending the message again?

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There are currently no accepted means by which openness can be validated for AI, yet many organizations are claiming their AI to be “Open Source.” Just as the Open Source Definition serves as the globally accepted standard for Open Source software, so will the Open Source AI Definition act as a standard for openness in AI systems and their components. https://opensource.org/blog/the-open-source-ai-definition-gets-closer-to-reality-with-a-global-workshop-series

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Join our community booth at to test your Python, AI/ML skills and learn more about !

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Come and join the ClearlyDefined community here and get ready to take off together with us. https://opensource.org/blog/unveiling-clearlydefined-this-free-sbom-service-gets-cleared-for-takeoff

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Come and join us at to play a game and learn more about . We are the community booth

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The Open Source AI Definition gets closer to reality with a global workshop series https://opensource.org/blog/the-open-source-ai-definition-gets-closer-to-reality-with-a-global-workshop-series

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“AI is different from regular software and forces all stakeholders to review how the Open Source principles apply to this space,” said Stefano Maffulli, executive director of the OSI. https://opensource.org/blog/the-open-source-ai-definition-gets-closer-to-reality-with-a-global-workshop-series

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The Open Source Initiative (OSI) invites the Python community to participate global in the conversation to find the definition of Open Source AI. https://opensource.org/events/open-source-ai-definition-workshop-at-pycon-us

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@RL_Dane those are important topics that are covered in separate threads. The workshop was about building collectively the explanation of the Open Source AI Definition, the FAQ document. Follow the public discussion on discuss.opensource.org

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We’re hosting a 2-hour workshop at PyCon US, in the community open spaces, to ask difficult questions and together draft answers: https://opensource.org/events/open-source-ai-definition-workshop-at-pycon-us

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We're excited to be at ! 🎉 Come visit our booth, play our trivia and join our Defining workshop! 🐍

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The stated intention of Common Corpus is to democratize access to large quality datasets https://opensource.org/blog/why-datasets-built-on-public-domain-might-not-be-enough-for-ai

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If you run a business producing Open Source products or your company’s revenue depends on Open Source in any way, we want to hear your insights https://opensource.org/blog/practical-open-source-2024-submit-your-proposal

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We want to hear stories from protagonists, people who balance community and commercial interests every day and share them to the widest possible base https://opensource.org/blog/practical-open-source-2024-submit-your-proposal

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Our hope is to provide the business ecosystem with accessible resources to better understand the Open Source business problem space and find solutions. https://opensource.org/blog/practical-open-source-2024-submit-your-proposal

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