Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards: Rozdiel medzi revíziami

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== Konkrétne normy vyvíjané technickým výborom OASIS ==
* [[OpenDocument]] ('''OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications''') je otvorený dokumentový formát súborov pre ukladanie kancelárskych dokumentov ako sú tabuľkové hárky, obežníky, grafy, a prezentácie.
* [[SAML]] - '''Security Assertion Markup Language''', štandardný pracovný rámec založený na [[XML]] pre bezpečnú výmenu [[autentický|autentických]]ch a [[autorizácia|autorizovaných]] informácií.
* [[XRI]] - '''eXtensible Resource Identifier''', schéma a protokol kompatibilný s [[Uniform_Resource_IdentifierUniform Resource Identifier|URI]] pre abstraktné identifikátory, používané na identifikáciu a zdieľanie prostriedkov medzi doménami a aplikáciami.
* [[XDI]] - '''XRI Data Interchange''', norma pre zieľanie, spájanie a synchronizovanie údajov ("[[dataweb]]") medzi viacnásobnými doménami a aplikáciami použitím [[XML]] dokumentov, rozšíriteľných identifikátorov prostriedkov (XRI), a nová metóda riadenia distribuovaných údajov nazvaná '[[link contract]]'.
 
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== Patent disclosure controversy ==
Like many bodies producing [[open standards]], OASIS has a [[patent disclosure]] policy requiring participants to disclose intent to apply for [[software patent]]s for technologies under consideration in the standard. Like the [[W3C]], which requires participants to offer [[royalty-free]] [[license]]s to anyone using the resulting standard, OASIS offers a similar Royalty Free on Limited Terms mode, along with a Royalty Free on RAND Terms mode and a RAND (reasonable and non-discriminatory) mode for its committees [http://www.oasis-open.org/who/intellectualproperty.php] .
 
Controversially, this licensing allows publication of standards requiring licensing fee payments to patent holders, effectively eliminating the possibility of [[open source]] implementations. Further, contributors could initially offer royalty-free use of their patent, later imposing per-unit fees, after the standard becomes accepted.
 
Supporters of OASIS point out this could occur anyway since an agreement would not be binding on non-participants, discouraging contributions from potential participants. Supporters further argue that [[IBM]] and [[Microsoft]] shifting standardization efforts from the [[W3C]] to OASIS is evidence this is already occurring.
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