Microsoft becomes premium sponsor of Open Source Initiative
Thursday, 28 September 2017 After years of increasing involvement and engagement in open source software projects and communities, Microsoft announced to formally join the Open Source Initiative (OSI) as a Premium Sponsor. Launched in 1998, the OSI is a global non-profit dedicated to promoting and protecting open source software through education, collaboration and infrastructure. Microsoft joins the likes of Google, IGM, HPE and GitHub as top sponsors of the OSI. Other sponsors are RedHat, The Linux Foundation, Mozilla and HP. “This is a significant milestone for the OSI and the open source software movement more broadly,” Patrick Masson, OSI General Manager and Board Director, said in a statement. For many in the open source software community, it was Microsoft’s release of .NET in 2014
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