Microsoft’s shared-source strategy

Microsoft has borrowed some open-source concepts in its shared source strategy, but makes no secret of the commercial benefits of its move. The company’s manager of international policy law and corporate affairs, David Kaefer, said Microsoft accepted that some widely-held beliefs about the fundamentals of the software business would have to change, but remained opposed to elements of the free software movement

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