OPEN sauce advocates are pulling apart Microsoft's bid to Open Sauce its .net libraries.
Vole announced to a hushed world that in Visual Studio 2008 , it will introduce the capability for .NET developers to debug the .NET framework source code along with their own.
The initial release will include the Base Class Libraries (BCL), Windows Forms, ASP.NET, System.Data, and WPF. It will be carried out under Vole's Shared Source Initiative.
However as one bogger points out here the licence indicates that developers can "see" the source code, but Microsoft's not providing any means of copying it. If you find a bug you are not allowed to fix it, you have to submit it to a product feedback centre.
So not even close to Open Sauce. µ
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