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Linux Foundation wants to do to data what it’s done for software

OS Summit The Linux Foundation has created one open-data licence framework to rule them all, allowing users to collaborate on data-driven projects. Today at the Open Source Summit in Prague, executive director Jim Zemlin announced the Community Data …

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  • https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/10/23/linux_foundation_community_data_license_agreement/
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