The OSI has approved the two Microsoft software licenses, the Microsoft Reciprocal License, and the Microsoft Public License. This makes all the code on Microsoft’s CodePlex site (Microsoft’s equivalent of SourceForge) official open-source software, as much of it is licensed under the Microsoft Public License (formerly the Microsoft Permissive License). It also means that things like Microsoft’s Ajax Control Toolkit is open-source (with the inherent ability to fork, etc.)
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