Why SDN87?

Nov 16, 2008 at 2:05 PM
Excuse me, but why SDN follow on SDN8, named SDN87?
Coordinator
Nov 16, 2008 at 3:41 PM
Hi rommanio. I expected someone would ask this - the short answer is, many SDNs have been omitted, because they don't pertain to the content included in the RDK, but only to related internal projects. Don't worry, nothing relevant has been omitted. If you're seeing SDN87 immediately after SDN8, that's because you're sorting the list alphabetically, and you should see lower-numbered SDNs further down.
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Derrick Coetzee
Microsoft Research Operating Systems Group developer
Nov 16, 2008 at 3:54 PM
And in some docs on each page in bottom left corner written: "Microsoft Confidential". Why? ;)
Coordinator
Nov 16, 2008 at 11:33 PM
Just as many of our source files say "all rights reserved" at the top, some of our documents contain statements that appear to contradict the shared source license, but they do not; the license should be considered to supercede these. That warning is left over from templates used when the documents were created. No material included in the RDK is actually Microsoft Confidential (or else we'd be in some trouble!) Hope this helps.
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Derrick Coetzee
Microsoft Research Operating Systems Group developer