I'm not blaming anyone, merely pointing out that there is a conceptual link between GNOME and Mono, and Mono and Microsoft; those doesn't exist with KDE, say. The problem is the vague nature of those relationships - you say there isn't one, but that rather depends what we mean by a "relationship" - financial, logical, conceptual, emotional, technical, etc. Ill-defined boundaries mean that it's hard to tell what's going on when vendors base their offerings on GNOME: does that include Mono technologies? And what about when users install apps - something small and innocuous like Tomboy, say - which uses Mono?
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