Fedora board meeting minutes
Posted Nov 21, 2006 7:10 UTC (Tue) by thebluesgnr
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Will GNOME integrate Mono components as a deep and irremovable part of the standard desktop?
Not likely, since a huge part of the GNOME community is against that idea.
Will GNOME try to promote a truly and unquestionably (post-March 2007) liberty GNOME-Java platform?
Promote in what way? GNOME has been shipping Java bindings for a while and yet Python, Mono and C++ are still more popular than Java (talking about GNOME apps here). The only effective way to promote a language within the GNOME community is, IMO, to write great applications that use the GNOME platform with that language. This is what Novell's been doing for a while with Mono, and in a way Red Hat with Python. Not even Sun is using the Java bindings at the moment.
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