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The Mono Mystery That Wasn’t

March 26th, 2010 03:41 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

jammag writes “It was shocking news, or so it seemed: Miguel de Icaza, the Mono creator, was switching his opinion about his life’s work — he now seemed to agree with the free software partisans who oppose his Mono work and his Microsoft connections. The story flamed across the Internet and even got picked up on Slashdot. But Bruce Byfield reports that ‘De Icaza has not changed his opinions.’ De Icaza calls the rumors ‘a storm in a teacup.’ Tracing the misinformation trail, Byfield concludes that ‘the FOSS community excels at communication. However, in this instance, that ability was used irresponsibly.’”

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