Fedora board meeting minutes
Posted Nov 23, 2006 1:22 UTC (Thu) by drag
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Well that would be nice.
but right now there isn't much point in getting rid of Mono or replacing mono with anything.
With Mono and software patents it's all just paranoia right now. In my eyes it's not any worse then any other part of Linux that was made a replacement for propriatory software (which is most of it)
Personally I think that Java has a bright future though. But the way things are looking it may not be until 2008 before GPL'd java becomes a real-world full-fledged language replacement for current JVM stuff.
Probably what would be nice is if somebody knowledgable in both C# and Java would write up a technical comparision between the languages..
Relatively security, performance, ease of programming, integration with existing C and C++ code and such things.
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