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de Icaza: Mono and GNOME. The long reply. [NewsForge]
Feb. 06, 2002

Miguel de Icaza has responded to a maelstrom of controversy generated by his recent comments about embracing (and extending) certain aspects of Microsoft's .NET architecture . . .

"I am sorry that I have not been able to respond earlier. I would like to apologize to anyone who might have been confused about my strategy with Mono and what I am trying to do . .."

"Before starting though, I would like to ask my readers to forget everything they have heard about .NET, because it is a marketing term used to describe many different Microsoft projects, and there is a lot of information both correct and incorrect about it floating around."

"My goals with Mono are very specific, and I will address those shortly, but for the sake of getting things done, please forget everything you have heard about .NET."

"* First, the Facts: GNOME is not adopting Mono or .NET as an implementation technology. The headline from the Register is misleading, for a number of reasons . . ."

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