OSOR


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AcronymDefinition
OSOROpen Source Observatory and Repository (EU)
OSOROne Substance One Registration
OSOROperational Standoff Range
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5) In addition, a recent study presented by the city of Freibourg, in Germany, reveals that moving to the open source OpenOffice is three to four times cheaper than using a proprietary alternative (source: OSOR website, 2011).
But the Osor tourists got more than they bargained for.
The government studied registries in other countries and the OSOR in an attempt to identify best practices.
CEPE has been supporting the right of companies to opt-out of the OSOR system on the grounds of confidentiality.
But opponents argue that a mandatory OSOR scheme is required if the registration costs of REACH are to be kept down.
Leading communities (Apache Software Foundation, Eclipse Foundation, FOSSFA, QualiPSo Consortium, Linux Foundation, Linux Verband, Mozilla Foundation, OSOR.
Ingres Board to Be One of the First Contributions to the OSOR Repository
Meanwhile, recalling that he announced at the outset that he would base his report on the Council's common position, the rapporteur indicated that the parliamentary committee made no changes to the agreement on registration' (an agreement confirming the OSOR - one substance one registration - principle concluded in first reading with the Council), whilst all amendments aiming to modify provisions on the regulation's scope were rejected.
By contrast, UEAPME regrets the rejection of its request for independent evaluation of scope for opting out from the OSOR mechanism (one substance-one registration), and the absence of simplified procedures for SMEs regarding the notification of certain substances.
OSOR is a common repository where, in addition to the source and object code, information is available regarding the use of applications, different software versions, open source licences or contract material.
registration (the principal elements of which were negotiated in advance with Parliament): reduced information requirements for substances produced in volumes of between 1 and 10 tonnes per year, except those classified as being of high risk; fewer tests on substances produced in volumes of between 10 and 100 tonnes a year on the basis of minimum exposure and the OSOR principle (one substance, one registration or data-sharing);
By contrast, the OSOR principle (one substance one registration) is confirmed, requiring companies to share data (notably on animal testing to reduce the numbers involved) and costs, which should be "proportionate" to the volumes produced/imported by each partner;