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Version 1.1 Terminology The term knowledge is taken to include: Content such as music, films, books Data be it scientific, historical, geographic or otherwise Government and other administrative information Software is excluded despite its obvious centrality because it is already adequately addressed by previous work. The term work will be used to denote the item or piece of knowledge which is being transferred. The term package may also be used to denote a collection of works. Of course such a package may be considered a work in itself. The term license refers to the legal license under which the work is made available. Where no license has been made this should be interpreted as referring to the resulting default l...
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The Definition An open software service is one: Whose data is open as defined by the Open Knowledge Definition with the exception that where the data is personal in nature the data need only be made available to the user (i.e. the owner of that account). Whose source code is: Free/Open Source Software (that is available under a license in the OSI or FSF approved list — see note 3). Made available to the users of the service.
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