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What does PST stand for?

PST stands for Pre-Structured Technology (Open Software Foundation)

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers
  • Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.

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The collaborative project which uses The Open Group's Pre-Structured Technology (PST) process will also make ActiveX Core Technologies available on UNIX platforms by providing source code licensing as well as future potential for validation, testing and branding services.
In its press release today, the X Consortium also declared that it will continue to fulfill its obligations as prime contractor in The Open Group CDE Pre-Structured Technology (PST) project, developing the next releases of CDE and Motif, scheduled to be completed by year end, and then cease its internal engineering operations.
7 /PRNewswire/ -- The Open Software Foundation today announced the formal signing of the Joint Development Agreement for the further enhancement and evolution of the Common Desktop Environment (CDE) and OSF/Motif under the Open Software Foundation's Pre-Structured Technology (PST) development process.
At its inception the Open Software Mall will include four such plazas; an OSF Research Institute plaza, an Advanced Technology Offering (ATO) plaza, a Pre-Structured Technology (PST) plaza, and an OSF Professional Services plaza.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The Open Software Foundation today announced that its Board of Directors met, reviewed and approved a proposal to coordinate the evolution of OSF/Motif and the Common Desktop Environment (CDE) under the OSF Pre-Structured Technology (PST) process.
OSF/JVC will also take over the activities of COSE Japan SIG, established in July 1993, following the absorption of the COSE process into the Pre-Structured Technology (PST) process, a newly-developed model of OSF.