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Standarde Deschise

Standardele deschise permit oamenilor să împartă toate tipurile de date liber şi cu o fidelitate perfectă. Ele permit blocarea şi alte bariere artificiale spre interoperabilitate şi promovează alegerea între vânzători şi soluţiile tehnologice. Obiectivul FSFE în ceea ce priveşte standardele deschise este de a asigura că oamenii pot migra într-un mod uşor spre software liber sau între soluţii libere.

Introducere

Relevanţa standardelor deschise este strâns legată de efectele de reţea, crescând dramatic. Recompensa pentru jocul cu sistemul pentru vendorii proprietari s-a incrementat, fiind costul utilizatorilor de software.

Guvernele, organizaţiile pentru binele public, incluzând grupuri care sunt procupate de libertate şi competiţie, precum şi drepturile consumatorului sunt în general proponenţi convinşi ai standardelor deschise. criticii tipici sunt vânzătorii de software, cei care reprezintă propriile interese. Unul dintre subiectele pe care criticii le conturează este conflictul între inovaţie şi standardizare.

Standardizarea limitează, fară dar şi poate, schimbările în baza technologică, incluzând inovaţia. Aceste limite sunt introduse pentru a permite subsecvent inovaţia din partea fiecăruia care are acces la standarde ci doar părţilor care controlează baza tehnologică.

Obiectivele FSFE includ libertatea tuturor pentru inovaţie şi competiţie. De aceea, FSFE este un suporter convins a Standardelor Deschise.

Publicaţii

Publications at the IGF

Publications on MS-OOXML

European Commission responds to the FSFE's information request for Horizon 2020

17 February 2017:

The European Commission Directorate-General for Research and Innovation responds to a Freedom of Information (FOI) request about the use, development and release of software under Horizon 2020 - submitted by the FSFE on January 9, 2017.

The FSFE files FOI request for Horizon 2020

10 January 2017:

The Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) files Freedom of Information (FOI) request to the European Commission (EC) Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, asking for information related to the use, development and release of software under Horizon 2020, the biggest EU research funding programme.

The FSFE asks for more Free Software and Open Standards in Open Science

05 January 2017:

The Free Software Foundation Europe calls for Free Software and Open Standards to be considered as a vital part of Open Science for all publicly-funded research in Europe. You can help us by sharing our position paper. Read more about the position paper and how you can promote Free Software in science.

FSFE's answers to the European Commission's Public Consultation: Revision of the European Interoperability Framework

24 June 2016:

The European Commission is asking for public input with regard to its plans to renew the European Interoperability Framework (EIF). The EIF aims to promote enhanced interoperability in the EU public sector. The document, originally intended as a set of non-binding guidelines for the EU public administration, is going through its third revision since its initial adoption in 2004. The FSFE has prepared its comments for the draft of the revised guidelines.

EU jeopardises its own goals in standardisation with FRAND licensing

28 April 2016:

On 19 April, the European Commission published a communication on "ICT Standardisation Priorities for the Digital Single Market" (hereinafter 'the Communication'). The Digital Single Market (DSM) strategy intends to digitise industries with several legislative and political initiatives, and the Communication is a part of it covering standardisation. In general, the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) welcomes the Communication's plausible approach for integrating Free Software and Open Standards into standardisation but expresses its concerns about the lack of understanding of necessary prerequisites to pursue that direction.