Redmond also pledged not to sue for patent infringement open source developers
who develop software for "non-commercial distribution." (So, that
includes Microsoft's own customers...right?) Microsoft is also going to let
us know once and for all which of its protocols are patented, and then license
those patents at what it calls low rates.
The whole Microsoft spiel is here.
Also, look for more coverage of this announcement -- and maybe a snarky comment
or two -- in Friday's RCPU.
Posted by Lee Pender on February 21, 2008 at 11:54 AM
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