Linked by David Adams on Fri 12th Jun 2009 14:55 UTC, submitted by google_ninja
Mono Project A Mono developer responds to a request for "a calm presentation of why Mono is desirable, why it is not a threat, and why it should be included in Ubuntu by default" answering the three questions individually, then attempting to address general anti-Mono sentiment.
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cjcox
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2006-12-21

I agree that Mono can't play catchup 100% (just like OpenOffice, wine, etc. with regards to full compatibility). But, what if the Mono platform got traction as a reasonable dev platform. Maybe then, it becomes the preferred .Net, even if it's a bit different (since it's both more than .Net and less than .Net as you pointed out).

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