Thanks very much, Greg! Appreciate you reaching out, and providing that wealth of information! 👌
I'm personally a little wary about the term Ed 3.0, to be honest, even after reading the Wikipedia page on it, and some of the mentioned initiatives above do not fit the OpenEdTech principles, leaving things open to the construction of yet more giant proprietary education technologies designed to lock educators in, or try to replace them with non-open AI.
However, there's plenty of good stuff too in there that overlaps with the kinds of things we've been talking about. And like you, I don't see OpenEdTech being a standards body either, but just recommending and pushing on initiatives that fit the Open EdTech principles.