Microsoft: Open source not cheaper

Posted by dave on Apr 6, 2004 11:12 AM EDT
InfoWorld: Platforms; By Paul Krill
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By selling software through the traditional commercial model, Microsoft has been seen in some circles as the odd man out when it comes to the popular open source movement. But the company argues that it has a place in the open source model and that open source does not necessarily mean less expensive than Windows. At the recent Open Source Business Conference, InfoWorld Editor at Large Paul Krill met with Jason Matusow, manager of Microsoft’s Shared Source Initiative program, to discuss Shared Source, Linux, and Windows.

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