[Open-Legislation] Open Legislation for all of us!

JOSEFSSON Erik erik.josefsson at europarl.europa.eu
Sat Oct 5 17:09:03 UTC 2013

Yes, AT4AM is using Akoma Ntoso (the EP's amendments tool project), but
so far no NGO has confirmed it can run it on an independent server:


See also the excellent piece:


It's not clear to me if AT4AM/Akoma Ntoso is included in the last report
from the EP's IT department:


Maybe someone has better info?


On 10/05/2013 03:43 PM, Augusto Herrmann wrote:
> Hi,
> great to see a group being formed within the OKF to study open
> legislation standards and practices.
> You may have heard of it, but I haven't seen this relevant project
> mentioned on this list. CEN Metalex is an XML standard for
> representing sources of law and references to sources of law [1] in
> Europe. There are similar projects around the world, such as Akoma
> Ntoso [2] in Africa, which is sponsored by the UN, and LexML in Brazil
> [3].
> Apologies for not attending to OKCon as well. The Ministry of Planning
> aborted our trip to Switzerland at the last minute and there was
> nothing we could do.
> Best regards,
> Augusto Herrmann
> [1] http://metalex.eu/
> [2] http://www.akomantoso.org/
> [3] http://www.lexml.gov.br/

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