Someone tweeted at Microsoft to release the 27-year-old source code to 3D Movie Maker, so they did



Foone, a self-described “hardware/software necromancer” and chaotic keyboard maker, convinced Microsoft to release the source code for 3D Movie Maker—apparently, all we needed to do was ask. The 27-year-old animation program is now out there, neatly archived and available for anyone who wants tinker with it. 

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“Hey Microsoft, give me the source code to 3D Movie Maker,” Foone wrote on Twitter last month. Then, just earlier this week, Microsoft’s Scott Hanselman quote retweeted it and dropped the source code, crediting the Microsoft Open Source Office for its efforts.





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