dequire wrote:It seems there's some serious unrest over at the Gnome camp having to do with, what else, Mono. If Gnome did leave the GNU project, what ramifications would that have?
Actually,Stallman said he had no objection to it (mono) as Mono is free software; he, however, said he had a problem with C#.
Post by rich_roast on Sun Dec 13, 2009 8:38 pm
I don't know the inside story but
Well, that certainly shattered my equanimity. And here I thought my future using GNOME was certain and assured.
So, I've just ordered a new notebook with Win 7 installed. Not loyal to me - not loyal to them!
Oh, GNOME is just an app? Didn't realize that. I guess I'll not cancel the order though, cause Miguel says everything is cool with MS. And Linus too. RMS is such a prude, turning into a real Commissar. Brutish, he is. Pushing people around like that. You'd think he actually had something to do with GNU.
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