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.
However the builds featured on https://code.visualstudio.com/ contain additional "Microsoft customizations", which are only available under Microsoft's standard proprietary license.
To create a fully free software version of the editor, the VS Codium project was created.
@nuclear I'm afraid I've never had any interest in using either version as I have an aversion to anything MSFT ;) But good to know so I can advise others.
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