The attempt to have Mono work with Microsoft's .NET may already
be in jeopardy, as Microsoft officials warn that licensing issues
could prevent Open Source software from being used with .NET
"The Mono project founders plan to exploit key .Net
technology specifications that Microsoft has submitted to standards
body ECMA. However, [Tony] Goodhew [program manager in Microsoft's
developer products group], said ECMA allows technology submitters
to license their intellectual property, to retain control over
implementation. Goodhew said Microsoft will publish licence terms
covering 'all the intellectual property we believe will be required
to implement [the core dot-Net] standard' prior to the ECMA general
assembly in December."
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