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Mono in the default (Debian) install?

Jun 13, 2009, 10:01 (33 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Robert Millan)

"The reason for that is so Tomboy, the note-taking application, can be included now. Well I'm not really sure a note-taking application really needs to be in the default selection, to the point that it justifies dragging ~50 MiB of dependencies into the first CD. However, being the maintainer for Gnote in Debian, there's one thing I know. I'll explain with two screenshots:

"...I have to admit, however, that I admire Jo's sincerity when he makes this point: it's not the users who want it, it's the developers. "

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