Microsoft has announced that a part of its Edge browser will be made open source. The code will be published to GitHub in January 2016, which is next month.
The blogpost goes on to say, “We’re investing more than ever in improving Chakra, and are excited to team up with our community to drive further improvements. In addition to the public, several organizations have already expressed interest in contributing to ChakraCore—among many others, we look forward to working with Intel, AMD, and NodeSource as we develop this community.”
Microsoft has rolled out the Edge browser with Windows 10.