Media 3 Internet (M3I) is a non-profit organization dedicated to building an open source media ecosystem.
The organization aims to bring together the technology, technology platforms, and technology-enabled communities to bring the best of the Internet to people who are interested in new forms of media and content production.
It is comprised of over 70 members, and it works in close coordination with over 400 technology companies, publishers, content creators, and media platforms.
M3I is based in Los Angeles and has a team of over 100 experts working on topics including: Digital Media, Digital Audio and Video, and Creative Commons.
M2I is a joint venture between Google and the M3 Institute.
The mission of M2 is to help media organizations build a new media ecosystem that supports the future of media, not just the past.
M1I is an organization dedicated solely to the development of open source software, including Open Source Media and Open Source Video.
M0I is the group of organizations and individuals dedicated to the commercialization of the Open Source Web and to promoting the commercial and open development of Web technologies.
MOCOM is a community initiative that brings together the world’s leading companies and the community of Web developers and developers of all types to create open source Web applications and services.
This open source community consists of more than 40,000 developers from all over the world, and its primary goal is to foster open, collaborative development.
It aims to create a new Web platform that will empower the world to create content and services for a richer, more connected world.
MOLO is an international organization dedicated exclusively to the democratization of information, bringing together the entire web ecosystem and the users and businesses that rely on it.
Its goal is for the world of information to be a platform for people to share, exchange, and learn, creating a more open, transparent, and secure world for everyone.
The MOLI project has been established to support a world in which all information is freely available, and where people have the freedom to build their own websites, and create their own communities of people, businesses, and governments.
MISC is an umbrella organization of the World Wide Web Consortium.
It supports the development and commercialization by companies and organizations around the world.
Its mission is to develop and promote open, global standards that enable the development, deployment, and operation of the Web.
The web is a common platform that serves as a universal platform for communication and commerce across all the devices and networks available today.
MSCI is devoted to promoting open source and open technology through its Open Web Initiative.
The Open Web initiative was founded in 2003 to support open standards and the democratisation of information and to support the development by organizations and companies around the globe of open standards that can help to advance the goals of the web.
The initiative was the first major open source initiative, which led to the creation of the OSC and the first open standards.
MOST is an alliance of a variety of technology, content, and content distribution organizations.
MOSI is part of the Organization for Open Source Software (OOS).
The organization was founded to support interoperability among different technologies, applications, and communities, to help accelerate the development or deployment of open technologies, to promote interoperability across the web, and to foster the commercial development of the open Web.
MOSS is a nonprofit organization dedicated entirely to open source technology.
MOGI is also part of MOSS.
It was founded by the Mozilla Foundation in 2003.
MOTH is a global nonprofit organization that provides open source information services to individuals and organizations worldwide.
MOUM is an open access organization dedicated in part to advancing the open source ecosystem and encouraging the development in the open world of a world of interoperable technology.
Its primary mission is the creation and support of open, secure, and decentralized information services and content.
MULA is an online community for creators and consumers of creative and creative-related content, including audio, video, visual and interactive media.
MUNCHIES is a collaborative project between Mozilla, the Mozilla Community Foundation, and the Media Lab, Inc. MUSE is a platform that allows anyone with an Internet connection to share their work and experience.
MUTE is an all-volunteer effort that brings creative content to the public commons through the MUTE project.
MUX is an innovative and collaborative project that brings open source, collaborative design, and open software development to a global audience.
MZED is a multi-media organization that supports digital innovation and is committed to the goal of democratizing media and the media revolution.
MIZEN is a multimedia community dedicated to creating the next generation of creators.
MIP is a new initiative to build a collaborative open source music platform, MIP.
MIX is a group of leading open source content providers that share the same goal: creating the music and visual experiences that are unique to each of their communities. M