Steven Vervaecke: Microsoft Open Source Timeline

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Microsoft and Open Source: An unofficial timeline

The profound cultural transformation towards open source did not happen overnight at Microsoft. This is an unofficial timeline of Microsoft’s embrace of open source.

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ROBERT STEELE: I am planning to migrate away from all Microsoft products for two reasons: first, they have been taken over by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and now claim the right to deny software services if anyone uses “hate speech” ad defined by the ADL; and second, they are getting sloppy and delivering malware in some of their automated updates.

Web 3.0 is emergent.  It will not include Microsoft other than via automated conversion of documents into true open source within a federated network that cannot be censored.

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