OASIS is pleased to announce the publication of its newest OASIS Standard, approved by the members on 21 February 2019:
Akoma Ntoso Naming Convention Version 1.0
21 February 2019
The OASIS LegalDocML TC works to advance worldwide best practices for the use of XML within a Parliaments', Assembly's or Congress' document management processes, within courts' and tribunals' judgment management systems, and generally in legal documents including contracts. The work is based on the Akoma Ntoso, a project sponsored by the United Nations.
Akoma Ntoso means "linked hearts" in the Akan language of West Africa. For legal publishers and makers of legal information systems, Akoma Ntoso provides a framework for creating machine-readable parliamentary, legislative and judiciary documents such as legislation, debate records, minutes, judgments, etc. In doing so, it helps build a strong foundation for open access to government information.Â
This Naming Convention provides the rules for defining IRIs and ids used in the Akoma Ntoso XML standard.
The prose specifications and related files are available here:
Distribution ZIP files
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Our congratulations to the members of the LegalDocML TC on achieving this milestone.
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