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The Open Source Initiative (OSI) seeks to change, including the partnership with various organizations and projects as well as individual membership.
For three years the board of the Open Source Initiative (OSI), as Simon Phipps writes , clear that there must be changes. As early as mid-2010 had, among other things Phipps recognized that the OSI had to adapt to the changing situation of open-source world. The understanding of open source issues have matured, and new paradigms are like the cloud appeared, making it suitable for the definition of software freedom is no longer sufficient to consider only the source code. The trend towards open data and cloud computing should be given greater consideration by the OSI.