OEBFOpen Electronic Book Forum
OEBFOhio Enterprise Bond Fund (est. 1988)
OEBFOpen E-Book Forum (now International Digital Publishing Forum)
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When the OeBF shifted its focus from creating an open standard to becoming a trade association, I stayed involved, even co-chairing the Librarians Special Interest Group.
The OeBF reports a total of $5 million in retail sales, which hardly compares to print book revenue (the latest Harry Potter novel brought in 20 times that amount in one day.)
OeBF revealed statistics on the current state of e-books and provided an industry analysis in its first quarterly "eBook and eDocument Publishing and Retail Statistics" report.
Participation is currently open to the public, and more information can be found on the OeBF Web site (http://www.openebook.org/ oebf_groups/library.htm)
OeBF's Publication Structure Working Group is now developing version 2.0 of OeBPS.
The campaign's programs include new initiatives launched by the OeBF Education and Business Development committees, the announcement of a free e-bookstore for young readers, and many ongoing e-book programs promoted by OeBF members.
The Open eBook Forum (OeBF) has released an updated version of the Open eBook Publication Structure (OEBPS) specification.
The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) has announced its election as chair of the Rights and Rules Working Group of the Open eBook Forum (OeBF), an international coalition working to create an open and commercially viable standard for interoperability of digital rights management (DRM) systems.
The nonproprietary QeB format was developed by the 61 principal members of the OeB Forum (OeBF; http://www.openebook.org), which include Microsoft, McGraw-Hill, Random House, Palm, IBM, and Nokia.