Mono: Why is Debian resorting to spin?
Jul 15, 2009, 17:02 (8 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Sam Varghese)
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"The man I encountered on several occasions, right from
2003 until last year, was the plain-spoken Martin "Joey" Schulze.
Today things seem to be somewhat different.
"Last month, a story appeared in these columns about the fact
that Debian may include Mono in its default install. It was
prompted by a post made by Robert Millan, a Debian developer, to
the effect that another developer, Josselin Mouette, had apparently
decided that Mono should be part of the default installation for
the next Debian release, Squeeze.
"Mouette, it may be recalled, is the developer who had posted
what were considered sexist posts to the Debian project mailing
list meant for important announcements for developers."
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