November 5, 2009, 1:58 pm
It‚Äôs been more than a month since I last wrote about the CodePlex Foundation, the new open source initiative announced by Microsoft in early September. While things were pretty quiet at the Foundation site for some time, that changed on October 21, when the Foundation posted its new Project Acceptance and Operation Guidelines, a key deliverable that gives insight into a variety of aspects of the Foundation‚Äôs developing purpose and philosophy. A ‚Äúhouse‚Äù interview of Sam Ramji by Paul Gillin was posted a week later.
Surprisingly, though, there was very little pickup on any of this new information until yesterday (perhaps with a little nudging from the PR side of the house), when several stories popped up on line, including one at InternetNews.com, and another at ZDNet.com. Each is based on a conversation between Sam Ramji and the reporter (Sean Michael Kerner, at InternetNews, and Dana Blankenhorn, at ZDNet.com)…
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