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GitHub is now officially a part of Microsoft

satyan @ redmond: ~ / src $ git checkout -b microsoft acquisition Switch to a new branch "microsoft acquisition" satyan…

 GitHub is now officially a part of Microsoft

  satyan @ redmond: ~ / src $ git checkout -b microsoft acquisition
Switch to a new branch "microsoft acquisition"

satyan @ redmond: ~ / src $ scp [email protected]: / github.

satyan @ redmond: ~ / src $ git add github

satyan @ redmond: ~ / src $ git commit -m "Microsoft announced in June that it
> bought the Git repository and the GitHub collaboration platform for
> $ 7.5 billion in stock. That the acquisition has got everything needed
> Authorization of Authorities, and has now been completed. Nat Friedman, formerly of
> Xamarin, will play the role of GitHub CEO on Monday.
>
> The news about the acquisition sent ripples around the open source world,
> as GitHub has become home for a significant number of open sources
> projects. We argued at the time that sales were likely to be one of them
> necessity, and for all possible sellers, Microsoft was the best
> one, because of common goals and common interests. Friedman at the time
> tried to calm the affected open source developers as intended
> to make GitHub even better to be GitHub, and to work for
> earn the trust of the GitHub community. These comments were repeated
> today.
>
> Since then, Microsoft has joined the Open Invention Network, a patent
> cross-licensing group promising royalty free licenses for all patents
> that applies to the Linux kernel or other important open source packages.
> This was a bold move that largely prevents Redmond from claiming
> patent against Android, and should mean that the company will no longer do it
> Receive royalties from smartphone manufacturers.
>
> Sources near the case tell us about Microsoft's decision to join
> OIN is not operated in any small part of the GitHub acquisition. GitHub is
> already a member of OIN, who left Microsoft with only a few options:
> pull back GitHub from OIN, a move that would inevitably raise it open
> source world; acquire GitHub as a kind of arm-length subsidiary
> so that GitHub's OIN obligations could not be applied to
> Microsoft; or join OIN, as the easiest way to
> also strengthened the company's open source reputation. Microsoft took
> the third option. "
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satyan @ redmond: ~ / src $ git checkout microsoft corp
Switched to the & microsoft-corp & # 39;

satyan @ redmond: ~ / src $ git fusion microsoft acquisition
Update cafef00d..baadf00d
fast
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satyan @ redmond: ~ / src $ git branch -d microsoft acquisition
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