Fedora is concerned about Mono
Jun 12, 2009, 20:31 (0 Talkback[s])
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"While Mono is part of the new Fedora 11 distribution
(on the LIveCD), at this point it's likely not going to be part of
Fedora 12. Frields told me that the change for Fedora 12 is mostly
around the fact that there is now another project to replace Tomboy
(gNote) that does not require Mono.
"That said, Frields also told me that in his view there are some
problems with the language used in the legalese surrounding Mono
and its redistribution"
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