About project OpenCode.md

The OpenCode.md project is based on “Open Source” products targeted as “Digital Public Goods” and using open licenses.

A Digital Public Goods is defined as:

that meet all requirements for Open Source Solutions, help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, were developed based on the Digital Development Principles, adhere to privacy and other applicable laws and best practices, do no harm, are published in one of the approved Git repositories, and demonstrate the use approved open license.

Moldova joins the Digital Public Goods Alliance.

Categories of Open Source Licenses

Benefits of using Open Source

Make your project Open Source

Open-Source Software monetization

General information: Application Programming Interface (API)

The OpenAPI Specification is a specification language for HTTP APIs that provides a standardized means to define your API to others.

Our goals:

  • Creation and support of Open Source Community in Moldova
  • Support of creation of Digital Public Goods in Moldova
  • Implementation and promotion of “Civic Tech(Digital technologies in civil society)
  • Contribute to the harmonious development of 2 segments of IT infrastructure in Moldova: “Gov Tech(Digital technologies in the public sector) and “Civic Tech” basing on Open source Solutions.
    We present, show and promote the technology that can enable citizens to more meaningfully engage in the public sphere and have a positive impact on the community of Republic of Moldova.

Openness is becoming the IT industry standard

Digital transformation is the integration of digital technologies by IT companies and the impact of the technologies on society, citizens and business.
IT developers are increasingly coming to the conclusion that when you have large projects, be it programming or data, they end up becoming so large and complex that they have to be divided between companies.
Open source usually refers to software that people can modify, share, and reuse under an approved open license.
Open-source software (OSS) is computer software that is released under a license in which the copyright holder grants users the rights to use, study, change, and distribute the software and its source code to anyone and for any purpose. Open-source software may be developed in a collaborative, public manner. Open-source software is a prominent example of open collaboration, meaning any capable user is able to participate online in development, making the number of possible contributors indefinite. The ability to examine the code facilitates public trust in the software.

Presentation of the project OpenCode.md [pdf] (March 2024)