Microsoft Rethinks Open Source CodePlex Site
Nov 12, 2008, 15:47 (1 Talkback[s])
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"This could mean projects under academic licenses on CodePlex
such as BSD, MIT, and the Apache Software License are listed on an
academic.codeplex.com sub site. Currently, all projects are thrown
into the same main site for potential users to search.
"This got Microsoft in trouble in October when it emerged the
company was posting code to CodePlex using licenses not compatible
with the terms of the Open-Source Initiative (OSI). Microsoft
describes CodePlex as its "open-source project hosting web site"
and points users to a Wikipedia page on OSI licenses."