shameful censoring of mono opposition

Mark Fink mpfink at
Mon Jun 8 13:39:31 UTC 2009

On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 8:53 AM, Mackenzie Morgan<macoafi at> wrote:
> 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.

people already have

Only by destroying MONO can Linux be saved.

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