Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 19th Sep 2005 17:02 UTC, submitted by Eli M. Dow
Mono Project Build applications for Linux while maintaining cross-platform capabilities using .NET languages.
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re: If there is no problem with Mono...
by on Mon 19th Sep 2005 18:16 UTC

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One word: KDE.

The latest versions are so far beyond Gnome in terms of performance, cleanliness and code quality, it isn't even in the same ballpark anymore.

IMHO.

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Jamie Member since:
2005-07-06

Hey lads, this thread is for flaming/praising mono not KDE/GNOME. So would you be so kind to keep it on topic please.

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I can no other words to call you, than troll. I mean, this topic is about a Mono related article, and then, we first get a troll complaining about Mono an that Havoc and rh thing. Second, and worst of all, we get a second troll -you-, which comes to comment a stupid thing.

If you like KDE, that's great. If you don't like Gnome, that great. But please, if you are smart enough, don't come with comments like that in this topic. I'm very sure you could find otehr site with people trolling about Gnome vs Kde or Mono vs Java.

The fact is: I don't see the point about complaining about Gnome in a Mono article topic, where you could complain about the article. Go and read the old Mono related to get a view and stop flaming about things we have commented 1000 times.

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