|Written by Mike James|
|Wednesday, 09 December 2015|
It isn't quite ready to be open sourced just yet:
"Starting in January, we will open our public GitHub repository for community contributions. At that time, we will provide more detail on our initial priorities and guidance on how to contribute effectively to the project. "
It also seems that the project will use the MIT licence.
At the moment it isn't clear why Microsoft has open sourced Chakra - apart from the simple fact that there isn't much reason for it not to.
It is also difficult to see why programmers would be attracted to work on the project - does a port to Linux, OSX or Android make any sense? In comments on social media, the Chakra team seem to be keen on a Linux port - but why?
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|Last Updated ( Wednesday, 09 December 2015 )|