Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 9th Nov 2006 23:18 UTC
Mono Project Novell has announced the release of Mono version 1.2, a new version of the Mono project to create an implementation of the Microsoft .Net Framework for open source. Mono 1.2 enhances the open-source effort and is a major step toward compatibility with the .Net Framework 2.0, Novell officials said. Novell announced the new version on Nov. 9 at the Microsoft TechEd Developers conference in Barcelona.
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by fsckit on Fri 10th Nov 2006 01:52 UTC
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I'm sure the two people still using mono will be thrilled.

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RE: Great
by pecisk on Fri 10th Nov 2006 09:25 in reply to "Great"
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No offence, but your comment and people who modded you up have never been Mono community. By the way, serious coders and developers have no time to waste to disscuss how Novell is bad, how Mono is bad, how it violates patents, how it is evil, how we must boycot it...

Get over it. World isn't black and white, and lot of people doesn't agree with sentiment of Novell/Microsoft deal bashers.

Post Scriptum: FYI, I am not Mono developer, but I use Beagle on Ubuntu, which is very usable right now. I don't use SUSE, because it is so bloated and hard to use. And it is the same for Fedora. However, I dig Novell enterprise stuff like Groupwise and eDirectory. So far there is no plug and play eq. for these apps in free software/open source world.

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