Open Web

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The Open Web movement asserts a special role for public, cooperative, and standard World Wide Web communications; it opposes private, exclusive, proprietary Web solutions.

Computer scientist Tantek Çelik[1] gives three aspects of the Open Web:

  1. publish content and applications on the web in open standards
  2. code and implement the web standards depend on
  3. access and use content / code / web-apps / implementations

See also


  1. ^ Tantek Çelik. "What is the Open Web?". Retrieved March 29, 2011. 

External links

  • What Is the Open Web and Why Is It Important?
  • The Death of the Open Web
  • An Open Web, downloadable book at
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