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03 May 2007

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Roy Schestowitz

Re: Microsoft, it's more complex than people realise.

Why Microsoft can't ship open source code

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| The problem boils down to code pedigree, the nightmare scenario,
| and software patents.
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http://weblogs.asp.net/jgalloway/archive/2007/05/02/why-microsoft-can-t-ship-open-source-code.aspx

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