on 4/3/2015 12:25 PM
  One year ago today, we pushed the button to enable community contributions and fully open engineering for Visual F#. The F# language has been open source for years, centered around the F# Open Edition and fsharp.org, but this marked the first time that Microsoft’s Visual F# tools could accept contributions and do daily development in the open. In that year, we've seen outstanding work done by the F# community to move the language and the Visual Studio tools forward: 37 code contributors 300 pull[...]
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