In a press release today, the best music player of the 1990s announced that it’ll open up its source code to developers worldwide. “Winamp will open up its code for the player used on Windows, enabling the entire community to participate in its development,” said the company. “This is an invitation to global collaboration, where developers worldwide can contribute their expertise, ideas, and passion to help this iconic software evolve.”

Alexandre Saboundjian, CEO of Winamp, explains: “This is a decision that will delight millions of users around the world. Our focus will be on new mobile players and other platforms. We will be releasing a new mobile player at the beginning of July. Still, we don’t want to forget the tens of millions of users who use the software on Windows and will benefit from thousands of developers’ experience and creativity. Winamp will remain the owner of the software and

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