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Richard Stallman, an open source leader says Microsoft Loves Linux is moving in the right direction, but work is left to be done.
Kinvolk GmbH will continue to develop Flatcar Container Linux but will also work in Azure on Microsoft open source cloud projects.
Microsoft employees can recommend open source projects to the Microsoft FOSS Fund, which will provide $10,000 to successful candidates.
Steven Sinofsky, a former head of Microsoft’s Windows division says the company’s former stance on open source was understandable at the time.
Microsoft has updated Windows Subsystem for Linux to support Linux GUI applications, allowing users to run Linux apps on Windows.
Microsoft president Brad Smith is the latest executive to accept the company’s Linux position was previously wrong.
In a Reddit AMA, the Microsoft Edge dev team talked about its plans for its Chromium-focused future, including Linux, privacy features, and more.
Microsoft and Sony have announced an agreement to develop AI solutions in Azure for gaming and entertainment purposes.
Windows 10 will soon receive a full Linux Kernel, which should offer an improved GUI and allow more Linux desktop apps to run on Windows.
Lower Saxony is planning a mass migration of its government PCs to Windows 10, leaving behind Linux in favor of Microsoft’s platform.
Microsoft's release of Kali Linux shows its changing philosophy, but it's not without its issues. Windows Defender is detecting some of the OSes hack tools and trojans, impairing functionality.
According to Programming Chief Julia Liuson, Microsoft has changed tact from wanting a closed Windows platform to creating an ecosystem that is open and inclusive.
Some Lenovo machines are blocking users from installing Linux. After early reports this was because of a Microsoft agreement for Windows, the company says it is actually a driver issue.
A simple Skype for Linux blog post tells Linux users to be excited about a Microsoft announcement next week. Surely a new Skype for Linux version is on the way?
In an effort to bolster its links with Java developers and to continue its push as a cross platform company, Microsoft has joined the Eclipse Foundation.