Dissecting Microsoft’s proposed policy to ban commercial open-source apps

Microsoft caused considerable consternation in the open source community over the past month, after unveiling a shake up to the way developers will be able to monetize open source software. There are many examples of open source software sold in Microsoft’s app store as full-featured commercial applications, ranging from video editing software such as Shotcut, to FTP clients such as WinSCP.

Link: Dissecting Microsoft’s proposed policy to ban commercial open-source apps
via techcrunch.com

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