|Internet Society (ISOC)||isoc.org||No||Yes3|
|Open Rights Group||openrightsgroup.org||No|
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These are organizations that have taken the lead in free and open source software and in open Internet technologies. But do they federate?
Organizations that provide email addresses under their domain name to staff or members should also provide addresses on the distributed voice, IM, and social networks as well. The more organizations implement these network technologies, the more valuable the networks become to all users.
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1. The IETF and XSF don’t provide JIDs to members or staff, but they do have a multi-user chat (MUC) servers in their respective domains.
2. Per here and here, “OSI currently has no staff or offices and does not provide e-mail addresses to members. When that changes, it will consider offering essential network services such as SIP and XMPP as well.” Hat tip to Simon Phipps.
3. JIDs are @jabber.isoc.org.