[Beowulf] Redmond ships MPICH2 as part of Windows Cluster Edition
Glen.Gardner at verizon.net
Tue Sep 20 20:14:43 PDT 2005
BSD is not open source. FreeBSD is open source.
BSD was a payware product for a long time. BSD is no longer with us, but
FreeBSD is still around. I suspect that you are seeing headers from
legacy code in M$ products. I think that whatever is left of BSD is now
owned by an Canadian software company (Wind River???). Perhaps someone
will have more info to share.
On Tue, 2005-09-20 at 20:11 +0200, Daniel Pfenniger wrote:
> Open source has always been included in MS products. Long ago I remember greping a
> Windows system and finding BSD license messages in the binaries.
> pesch at attglobal.net wrote:
> > It's the first time they openly declared it but I suspect they shipped open
> > source technology in their closed source products before...
> > Paul
> > Original Message:
> > -----------------
> > From: Eugen Leitl eugen at leitl.org
> > Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2005 12:52:34 +0200
> > To: Beowulf at beowulf.org
> > Subject: [Beowulf] Redmond ships MPICH2 as part of Windows Cluster Edition
> > http://www.eweek.com/print_article2/0,1217,a=160228,00.asp
> > Open Source Code Finds Way into Microsoft Product
> > September 15, 2005
> > By Peter Galli
> > LOS ANGELES.In a move that shows just how far Microsoft Corp. has come, and
> > how pervasive open-source software is in certain areas, the software
> > powerhouse is, for the first time, including open-source technology in one
> > of its shipping products.
> > Microsoft plans to include the Message Passing Interface.a library
> > specification for message passing proposed as a standard by a broad-based
> > committee of vendors, implementers and users.in its Windows Server 2003
> > Compute Cluster Edition, which went to public beta this week at the
> > Microsoft Developers Conference here and is on track to ship in the first
> > half of next year.
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