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  1. Mar 2022
    1. Examples of these institutional arrangements are open-source platforms for software applications (such as Apache Hadoop, Nginx and Github), accessi-ble by digital and nondigital firms at zero cost. Many firms and developers use Github, an open-source re-pository of tools, software and application programs.

      Importance of open source platform

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    1. The Foreign Policy Strategy 2020–23 defines the basic principles for digital foreign policy and sets out the vision of a free, open and secure digital space.

      Importance of open Internet.

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  2. Feb 2022
    1. an open-source software that seeks to provide a comprehensive sys-tem linking patient, provider and payer data.

      Open source is gaining renewed relevance due to digital geopolitics: https://circleid.com/posts/20220126-why-aopena-may-become-the-keyword-of-the-digital-world-in-2022

      SDC can renew efforts for strengthening 'open' approach in their development activities.

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    1. The Open Data Barometer

      Open data barometer

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    1. WHAT ARE OPEN DATA

      Open data

    2. Using data to fight droughts, Namibia

      Water and data in Namibia

    3. Use open standards, open data, open source and open innovation: An ‘open’ approach allows for collaboration in digital DC and avoids duplication. Open source also supports scaling (Principle 3) and sustainability (Principle 4).

      How open supports scaling (principle 3) and sustainability (principle 4)

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  3. Jan 2022
    1. When an operator buys an end-to-end system from Nokia or Ericsson or Huawei, it also knows it can depend on that vendor to support the network when problems crop up. Not so with Open RAN deployments, where no single vendor is likely to claim responsibility for interoperability issues. Larger operators will likely be able to support their own Open RAN networks, but smaller operators may be reliant on companies like Mavenir, which have positioned themselves as system integrators.

      Another possible drawback of ORAN: ensuring interoperability of various vendors, in contrast to responsibility of big vendors (similar challenge to open source software). Open question: how can this impact security (similar to open source security issues)?

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    1. into a movement called Open RAN (for ‘Radio Access Network,’ the portion of a cell network, like a cell tower, that connects a phone to everything else), the operators have begun forcing vendors to work with them to create open interfaces between components, split software and hardware functions, and develop more AI technologies to manage networks.

      New relevance of open source movement.

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  4. Sep 2021
    1. There is already much work being done. But we need to give these efforts a stronger push, througheducation, training, and, improving digital skills and literacy across the board; investing in infrastructure, for universal and affordable internet connectivity; and expanding access to data and digital public goods, including open-source software and digital utilities.
    2. s a small country, a vital node in the international digital network, Singapore has always advocated a global architecture that is open, inclusive, inter-operable, and multi-stakeholder