Can Axis Be Kicked Out Of ONVIF?

Along time ago there was this language called Java which Sun Microsystems developed. Open source was becoming popular and Sun had promised to eventually release Java to the world. But they never really did and instead formed various pseudo-open communities, which were ultimately under Sun's control.

The question then would be, can any or all of the founding members of ONVIF be forced out, or is there some part of the charter that guarantees the founders' ultimate control?

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