Microsoft is buying GitHub. According to a Bloomberg report Microsoft has agreed to buy GitHub for an as-yet undisclosed sum. The code hosting site was recently valued at $2 billion. But should open source software enthusiasts be worried by this sale? GitHub is at the heart of FOSS development GitHub is the world’s biggest code hosting platform. […]
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