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The Open Source Initiative looks forward to working with Microsoft

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As you can see, there have been some changes here at the Open Source Initiative. We've decided to stop fighting Microsoft and join them. After all, Microsoft has been using, maintaining, and distributing Open Source software for years now. As this Information Week article says, Microsoft will be putting Open Source components into Office. As Linux Torvalds said ...

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