Will open source accept Microsoft leadership?

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Feb 20, 2010 9:11 AM EDT
ZDNet; By Dana Blankenhorn
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Microsoft is determined to be a leader of the open source movement. It will once again be a “platinum sponsor” at the Open Source Business Conference in San Francisco next month and its National Technology Officer for the U.S., Stuart McKee, will deliver a keynote. McKee, former CIO for Washington state, may be best known to open source advocates for admitting that “ODF won” the standards battle with Microsoft’s Open Office XML back in 2008.

[I can answer that question for you Dana..and the answer is; No - Scott]

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