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AW: AW: this affects DotGNU (was: this doesn't affect DotGNU (was Re:[Do

From: Carsten Kuckuk
Subject: AW: AW: this affects DotGNU (was: this doesn't affect DotGNU (was Re:[DotGNU]New addendum for MS redistributables))
Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2002 12:15:10 +0100

On March 20, 2002, Microsoft organized a .NET day at the university of
Stuttgart. Participation was open to everybody and nothing had to be signed.
Damien Watkins, not a Microsoft employee but one of the speakers, mentioned
that MS will make available a BSD version of the CLR, code-named Rotor, in
Summer 2002, and that access to its source code would be granted under a
shared source license. He also made it clear that he was not speaking for

You can get independent confirmation from Google with the search for "+BSD
+.NET +Shared +Source". Some of the links popping up are:

I don't think it's necessary to remind people that they must not look at
these sources if they want to participate in DotGNU.

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