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- See also changes related to Open Knowledge Conference, or pages that link to Open Knowledge Conference or to this page or whose text .
- Conference : A large-scale professional meeting.
- Open knowledge : Knowledge that is publicly accessible, typically for free via the World Wide Web.
- Open Knowledge Foundation : A non-profit organization in the UK dedicated to promoting open knowledge; founded in 2004.
- Open access : The free, immediate online access to the results of research, coupled with the right to use those results in new and innovative ways.
- Open data : Data that are publicly available for use, reuse and redistribution, typically for free via the World Wide Web.
- Open education : A movement to provide free educational resources, typically via the World Wide Web.
- Open energy : Add brief definition or description
- Open governance : A movement to make records of governmental actions available to the public with minimal delay.
- Open innovation : A movement aimed at making the process of innovation more transparent, and at sharing its results with the widest possible audience.
- Open license : A copyright license that permits the use, reuse and sharing of digital objects, imposing no or minimal limitations.
- Open research : Add brief definition or description
- Open science : A movement aimed at making the process of scientific research more transparent both within and beyond the scientific community, and at sharing its results with the widest possible audience.
- Open source software : Software where the source code is freely modifiable and redistributable.
- Copyleft : The use of traditional copyright and intellectual property law to pursue goals of open sharing and collaboration.
- Public Domain : Intellectual property that is not protected by copyright, trade mark or patent.
- Digital era : Add brief definition or description
- Digital society : Add brief definition or description
- Linked data : A system in which a given piece of information receives a permanent and unique identifier which determines its location on the World Wide Web.
- Semantic Web : Tim Berners-Lee's concept of a "web of knowledge", whereby web-based document contents would be annotated and classified so that computers can parse the classifications and provide search results based on the semantic information (what the content means), rather than simply on matching of text strings.
- Panton Principles : Add brief definition or description
- Wikimedia : Add brief definition or description
- DBpedia : Add brief definition or description