Just a periodic reminder: Microsoft's VSCode is not open source. No more than Google's Chrome is. Both are based on open source projects (Chromium and the unimaginatively-named VSCodium are open source) but include proprietary stuff like fonts, integrations, and telemetry. If a software app isn't entirely FOSS, it's entirely proprietary. If you're using VSCode or Chrome, you're not using open source.
And I stand corrected - I had the dependency the wrong way around. @nuclear points out that MSFT's VSCode codebase is not available under a proper OSI/FSF approved license (plus it includes telemetry and other undesirables), so the VSCodium project has been set up by people (independent of MSFT?) wanting to rehabilitate the salvageable code.
As I've noted before: yeah, MSFT loves open source. Like a tapeworm loves a healthy digestive system.
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