Anyone sees an apology anywhere?
"This move was a mistake," he wrote. "The board deeply regrets that this happened." - Nothing about being sorry, nothing about "we did" anything.
"The .NET Foundation violated the trust of project maintainers because they were under the impression.." - All their fault, no?
I get it, Microsoft owns the house now, people should have reat the TOS's, yes, yes yes... But as long as we call these above mentioned utterances apologies, there will be no real apologies, and more importantly no incentive to act decently.
Kudos to Microsoft, though, for pledging not to cock up in this particular way again. Future will show what the pledge is worth.