Say "free" file formats instead of "open" I didn’t know this until now, but it seems like the two are different in subtle but important ways: Both kinds of file format may be used and implemented by anyone. However, open formats may be encumbered by copyright, patents or trademarks whereas free formats must not.
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@@ 19,7 19,7 @@ Please note this is not an exhaustive list. - **must** be [free/libre software], meaning it is released under a licence that respects your freedom to run, modify and share it; - **must** work with open standards for file formats where applicable; - **must** work with free/libre file formats where applicable; - **must** be stable and actively maintained; - **should** be well documented; - **may** have a learning curve.