shameful censoring of mono opposition

Mackenzie Morgan macoafi at gmail.com
Mon Jun 8 12:53:53 UTC 2009


On Monday 08 June 2009 7:54:19 am Mark Fink wrote:
> as benfrank said yesterday on boycottnovell:
> 
> "The solution seems obvious and easy: don’t make Mono or Mono apps
> part of the default install. Leave them in the repos for the users who
> want them. Easy as falling over. Not wanting to even discuss such a
> simple solution makes it credible that Ubuntu is being corrupted by
> Mono fans. IMono is controversial, and who needs the bloated Mono
> runtime just to run a few marginal apps? The importance of Mono to
> Ubuntu is greatly overblown by a small but very determined minority."
> 
> MONO /is/ controversial, so why are you guys even shipping it? it's
> only because MONO people have poisoned your minds and infiltrated
> ubuntu to get power to enforce their will.

Instead of whinging, why don't you write BETTER replacements for those 
applications in C, if it bothers you so much?  Whinging is simply not 
constructive.

-- 
Mackenzie Morgan
http://ubuntulinuxtipstricks.blogspot.com
apt-get moo
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