CodePlex moves beyond Microsoft

The MVC Contrib project, enabling developers to build and test UI elements on top of Microsoft's ASP.Net MVC framework for model view controller-based Web development, has been contributed to CodePlex.

Formed last September, CodePlex Foundation is intended to bring together open source communities and software companies for the purpose of increasing participation in open source projects.

A Microsoft-backed open source projects initiative, CodePlex Foundation, has accepted its first non-Microsoft project, the foundation said on Wednesday

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