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Codeplex 100 Day Deadline Passes Unremarked

January 1st, 2010 01:33 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Andy Updegrove writes “As you may recall, Microsoft announced back on September 10 that it had launched a new, open source organization called the CodePlex Foundation. Since then, it has announced Project Acceptance and Operation Guidelines, its first ‘Gallery’ (a project area), supporting Microsoft’s ASP.NET, and two projects in that gallery. But it had also launched in a ‘less than open’ state with an interim Board of Directors, and a promise to elect a permanent one in 100 days. Problem is, December 19 — the 100 day mark — passed quietly, with no announcement of a new Board or a status update on the other goals it had set for the launch period. So what’s up with the CodePlex Foundation, and its pledge to promptly transition into a more independent organization?”

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