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Microsoft .NET Libraries Not Acting “Open Source”

May 4th, 2010 05:14 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

figleaf writes “Three years ago, with much fanfare, Microsoft announced it would make some of the .Net libraries’ open source’ using their Microsoft Reference License. Since then Microsoft has reneged on its promise. The reference code site is dead, the blog hasn’t been updated in a year and a half, and no one from Microsoft responds to questions on the forum.”

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