Introducing the Open Governance Network Model

The Linux Foundation has long served as the home for many of the worlds most important open source software projects. We act as the vendor-neutral steward of the collaborative processes that developers engage in to create high quality and trustworthy code. We also work to build the developer and commercial communities around that code to sponsor each projects members. Weve learned that finding ways for all sorts of companies to benefit from using and contributing back to open source software development is key to the projects sustainability.

Over the last few years we have also added a series of projects focused on lightweight open standards efforts recognizing the critical complementary role that standards play in building the open technology landscape. Linux would not have been relevant if not for POSIX nor would the Apache HTTPD server have mattered were it not for the HTTP specification. And just as with our open source software projects commercial participants involvement has been critical to driving adoption and sustainability.

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