-Meaningless boilerplate comments. Comments on property getters and setters is pure noise.
-Questionable OO design. Why are this class keeping references to serviceReferenceGraph and loggingFormatter which it doesn't use for anything?
-Needless vertical scrolling. Given the triviality of this class, there is no reason for it not to be a one-pager.
-It's in the DependencyInjection namespace, but... doesn't use dependency injection!
-php pretending to be java. WTF is up with that?
APIs are different though. They are meant to be copied. You can't use them without copying them.
Anyway, lots of people run open source stuff on windows servers (well, some do at least...), and it's in the best interest of MS that those boxes are safe.
And last but not least, it's if not free so at least very cheap publicity.
To be fair, Java will generally yell at you if you try to assign a timestamp to an int.
I'm the AC that wrote that. Drive over 0.08 all the time. I've never had a problem.
You're not statistically significant.