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de facto Standards Bodies

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A de facto Standard is something that is used so widely that it is considered a standard for a given application although it has no official status. 1) A de facto Standard is generally controlled by a corporation (Microsoft, IBM, Google, Amazon, etc) or group (Apache, Linux, Mozilla, etc).

The DIDO RA provides data sheets for de facto standards developed by the following:

List of Corporate/Individual Projects

[char]Update BookCreator to include two new sets of standards -- Open Govt Data & Open Data Common
[char][✓ char, 2021-11-09]change all pages to end with :start
[char][✓ char, 2021-11-09]correct formatting to be consistent across all main pages
[char][✓ char, 2021-11-09] update BookCreator entries to add colon to all entries where namespaces were updated with :start and where entries beginning with [[ include a colon after the [[, i.e, [[:dido:

dido/public/ra/xapend/xapend.b_stds/defact.txt · Last modified: 2021/11/09 16:39 by char
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