What could a single organization provide?
So, even though there is a high number of frameworks flying around looking to increase their base, the answer can be slightly different or simpler. It seems the dark side has not won and, to quote Borchers ¨If the browsers become good enough that JQuery does not need to exist anymore, it won’t exist! ¨
Kris Borchers Interview (Executive Director of the JS Foundation)
That said, we can assume that new ideas will always arise mainly due to necessity: Angular for Google and React for Facebook, just to name a few. Thus, these ideas will be checked or better yet, supported by the foundations, and will give a more sustainable model that will involve more people and therefore more organizations. The organizations are, however, separated: like TC39, creator of JS, and ECMA, but Borchers stated that JS Foundation has representatives within each and they will be able to plan the future together. As Borchers said, they will be looking to bring sanity to JS releases. Maybe because of that there was the announcement of a new JS release every year. Necessity has increased and ideas are there. There is a common objective.
In conclusion, it seems that the different foundations are then taking an important place in the open source community and every day it will be more important to be part of it. To contribute and to be collaborative are the pillars of what is ahead. Code should not just be clean but also standardized!