Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 22nd May 2006 22:43 UTC, submitted by houp
Microsoft "CodePlex is an online software development environment for open and shared source developers to create, host and manage projects throughout the project lifecycle. It has been written from the ground up in C# using .NET 2.0 technology with Team Foundation Server on the back end. CodePlex is open to the public free of charge." Microsoft goes open source, and it also launches pay-as-you-go computers.
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by grep on Tue 23rd May 2006 04:32 UTC
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But just last week they were saying how unreliable Open Source software is! They really should make up their minds.

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RE: Err...
by tomcat on Wed 24th May 2006 00:01 in reply to "Err..."
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The vast majority of open source code is unsupported abandonware. That's what MS was referring to when it called open source "unreliable". And they had a point.

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