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They already did. Except maybe for test setups and to configure a project before announcing it.

All those companies keep their privates private. GitHub is just a public showroom for them.

Again this is different for other/smaller companies.

Ah, I think that's how it's always been. What's the difference between me running my small company out of Azure, and keeping the source code in GitHub, now that Microsoft owns it?

Nothing changes immediately for any of us, to me the biggest concern is what happens after those roadmapped projects have run through. What goes next on that roadmap, and will it stick to the principles I love about GitHub, or will it start to veer into Microsoft's territory?

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