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Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Microsoft Open to Open-Source

Jun 24, 2004, 20:30 (11 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Todd Bishop)

"Microsoft Corp. says it is looking to turn over more of its programs to open-source software developers, playing a greater role in a process that the Redmond company has criticized strongly at times in the past.

"Money-makers like the company's Windows operating system and Office productivity suite aren't on the table -- or anywhere near it.

"But the company has so far released two software-development tools to the open-source community, and it wants to continue the practice, a Microsoft platform manager told an industry group this week..."

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