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The purpose of this GitHub repository is to support creation and deliberation of a glossary for OpenC2. Development of an OpenC2 Glossary is one of the chartered deliverables of the OpenC2 Language Subcommittee, led by Co-Chairs Jason Romano and Duncan Sparrell. The OpenC2 Language Subcommittee is responsible for the development, maintenance, and resolution of comments for the OpenC2 language documentation, including the language specification documents, use cases, JAEN specification, JSON specification, glossary, etc.
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