Short answer: No. Longer answer: Read on.
|What is the full form||Darwin Information Type Architecture||DITA Open Toolkit|
|What is it||A standard. An XML-based architecture for authoring, producing, and delivering technical information||A set of Java-based, open-source tools for processing DITA files|
|What is the latest stable version||1.1||1.5|
|Where is it||OASIS DITA Technical Committee||Sourceforge|
|Who owns it||OASIS DITA Technical Committee||Err, nobody. It's an open-source implementation licenced under CPL 1.0 and Apache Licence v2.0|
|When's the next update||1.2, under development since 2007 (track what's happening)||1.5.1, planned as a point release for DITA 1.2 and to coincide with the DITA 1.2 release|