Case in point:
On todays planet GNOME, developer Luis Medinas states "Brasero relationship with Gnome starts
with using totem for parse playlists and beagle to search for files" and continues ..."What
about a Rhythmbox plugin and a F-spot add-in to burn files..."
So if some GNOME developers consider their software related to GNOME as they make use of
Beagle, it's hard to claim that GNOME and mono-based programs have no relationship.
P.S. I don't have anything against Mono and .NET. I just agree with Mark Shuttleworth that
Free Software won't do itself a favor by replicating existing technologies that are led by