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eWeek: Microsoft to Release More Source Code

Mar 14, 2002, 23:13 (40 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Peter Galli)

[ Thanks to Joost Remijn for this link. ]

"Microsoft Corp. plans to open up more of its proprietary source code to allow greater interoperability between different server operating systems and its Windows client and server operating systems.

"Microsoft spokesman Jim Desler told eWeek on Tuesday that the Redmond, Wash.-based software firm would release the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol later this summer to comply with the provisions of the proposed final settlement between it and the Department of Justice in that antitrust case.

'We will also be licensing additional protocols in the coming months, on reasonable and non-discriminatory terms, for the purposes of interoperating with the Windows 2000 and Windows XP client operating systems,' Desler said, declining to give specific details..."

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