RT @email@example.com: Let's face it. Microsoft would kill all free and open source software if it could. But it can't. So it's pretending to like it (even to the point of hiring "open source ambassadors"). It's biding its time until it can gain enough influence on… https://mastodon.nzoss.nz/@lightweight/100353361899993314
@scottnesbitt At this point, I think that Microsoft has recognised the inevitability, and is ham-handedly trying to do better.
They recognise that companies that can't deal with it, go under, and they want to win. It makes sense, in a way.
@jankoekepan While I think there are people in the company who believe in open source, I don't know that I can trust management. And it's management that calls the shots in the en
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