According to Scott Guthrie, the source code of the .Net framework libraries 3.5 will be released under Microsoft Reference License.
This is going to be great for all of us who use Reflector on a daily basis but who don’t want to post on the MS code for legal reasons.
So we’ll be able to dig into the .net framework code from within our (VS2008) debugger; by the way , we already did it ten years ago with the C++ Microsoft Foundation Class Library. Great posts in perspective…Thanks MS! mmh what about Sharepoint ? there are some (workflow) obfuscated code parts I would like to see.