.Net Source is now Open – part 2

As it appeared Microsoft did not stopped at changing licensing for .Net source code.

As it was reported by BetaNews this Friday

Now developers no longer need to request access to the binary file format (for Office 2003) documentation in writing or by mail, the spokesperson said; they can now download all the documentation they need directly from Microsoft

Read a full story here.

PS. There is a small thing in the air – are all those changes because Bill is stepping aside? Off course not 😉

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