Re: Microsoft Now OpenBSD Foundation Gold Contributor (mod 5/79)
by phessler (phessler) on Mon Jul 13 06:14:17 2015 (GMT)
Noone said Microsoft was "friendly to F/OSS". All we said is "thanks for the donation".
Personally, I'm *happy* that Microsoft is doing what they can to better sell Windows Server. They have recognized that OpenSSH is the absolute standard for secure connections, and not supporting the protocol is damaging to their products. This change allows those that must connect to their products an option to do so from a native unix system, if they so choose. Interoperability gains huge from this.
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