Microsoft Opens their MIDI 2.0 repository

Microsoft has announced that they have opened their Github repository for MIDI 2.0.

The opening of this Open Source repository is a major step forward for MIDI 2.0, as Apple and Google have already implemented MIDI 2.0 in their operating systems.

“By default, we are open source for everything which can be, even going so far as to create clean-room versions of code when there’s any question about what can or can’t be OSS,” notes Microsoft Principal Software Engineer Pete Brown. “We’re not open sourcing so that we can dump this on the community, but so we can engage the developer community, get feedback, enable deep insight into what’s happening, and share MIDI 2.0 with the rest of the world in the most useful way possible.”

Details on the announcement available at the Microsoft Developer Blogs website.

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