Microsoft has agreed to three substantial changes in its practices, including
making available detailed and accurate technical documentation on application
interfaces to Windows for a fee of 10,000 Euros. It will also allow that data
to go to open source companies so that servers based on Linux can easily interface
with Windows versions, and will cut the price it charges for worldwide licenses.
Will this agreement herald any changes in Microsoft's competitive position
in the world? Let me know your thoughts at [email protected].
Posted by Peter Varhol on 10/23/2007 at 1:23 PM
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