Microsoft Open Source Strategy is Upside Down.

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Aug 25, 2010 6:08 PM EDT
martin.iturbide.com; By Martin Iturbide
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Last April (April-29-2010) there was a local event in Ecuador organized by AESoft, the Ecuadorian Software association. This event was names “Integrated Technologies” and was sponsored by Microsoft, CodePlex, Port25 and The Apache Foundation. On this conference Microsoft sent a message saying that they are Open Source friendly and they support Open Source development. I saw this even as a Microsoft response of the growing “Free Software” (as in Freedom) movement here in Ecuador. So Microsoft tried to convince the audience that they care about Open Source and there are a lot of OSS software they promote. - Martin Iturbide

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I seem to have already pointed this out. tracyanne 5 633 Aug 27, 2010 12:57 AM

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