Open Source en Microsoft

Garret Serack de Microsoft, ha pasado al grupo Open Source Software Labs de la misma empresa. Aunque siempre he visto a ese grupo más orientado a relacionarse con proyectos Linux y demás, descuidando los proyectos de código abierto en .NET y Windows, veremos si ahora se puede esperar una actitud más abierta ….;-)

Más en el post de Garret:

Open Source at Microsoft — Herdin’ cats or Cow Chips?

Entre los puntos que plantea, para destacar:

  1. Seeking out Open Source projects we can assist (either by contributing code, MSDN licenses or whatever :D )
  2. Speaking/Presenting with companies, conferences, groups and people
  3. Building an Open Source MVP Program
  4. Enlightening Microsoft Product Groups about Open Source, and finding opportunities for them
  5. Facilitating communication between open source developers and Product Groups
  6. Building transparency into Microsoft and Open Source (believe it or not!)

There have been a lot of changes in Microsoft in the last few years, that folks can’t yet see, and I’m hoping to expose that type of thing to the world, and bring the world of Open Source to Microsoft.

Interesante lo de Open Source MVP Program. Qué será?

Nos leemos!

Angel “Java” Lopez
http://www.ajlopez.com/

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