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Microsoft Says Yes/Maybe to Open Source

Microsoft has a new site, CodePlex, where developers can interact, work together on projects, and even (gasp) post open source software! The site includes tools to help teams build actual products, such as issue tracking and source control, all thanks to Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server. Microsoft itself uses the site to work on projects and even allows outsiders to make suggestions!
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Posted by Doug Barney on July 06, 2006


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