Open Policy Alliance Launched

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The Open Source Initiative (OSI) has announced the creation of the Open Policy Alliance (OPA), which aims to “bring non-profit organizations together to participate in educating and informing US public policy decisions related to Open Source software, content, research, and education.”  

The program, led by OSI US policy director Deborah Bryant, was launched “in response to increased demand for public dialog and stakeholder engagement in the Open Source software community.”

“Open Source has changed the way we build software and the way the world interacts with technology for the better,” says Deb Nicholson, executive director, Python Software Foundation. “Now more than ever, policy makers need to hear from community-driven Open Source projects about how policy changes will affect developers, users and the future of collaboration.” 

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