From the monster paper that Jon Tennant and an army of co-authors just posted to SocArXiv:

We believe that there is substantial need for research funders to invest in sustainable open scholarly infrastructure, and the communities that support them, to avoid the capture and enclosure of key research services that would prevent optimal researcher behaviours. Such a shift could ultimately lead to a healthier scientific culture, and a system where competition is replaced by collaboration, resources (including time and people) are shared and acknowledged more efficiently, and the research becomes inherently more rigorous, verified, and reproducible.

It’s refreshing to see the more inclusive language of “open scholarship,” in place of the entrenched “open science” terminology.