Microsoft defines position on shared-source code

Posted by dave on Mar 18, 2004 3:48 AM EDT
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Contrary to what many people believe, Microsoft Corp. has been sharing its Windows source code with certain people for about three years. The software giant, in fact, has 15 such programs from which partners can choose. And there is no revenue whatsoever going back to Microsoft as a result. So why is the company considered the arch-enemy of the open source world?

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