[Mono-bugs] [Bug 61390][Wis] New - Errors on mono-project.com FAQ

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Sat, 10 Jul 2004 11:43:42 -0400 (EDT)

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Changed by steve@citygroup.ca.


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+Bug#: 61390
+Product: Mono: Doctools
+Version: unspecified
+OS Details: 
+Status: NEW   
+Priority: Wishlist
+Component: Website
+AssignedTo: mono-bugs@ximian.com                            
+ReportedBy: steve@citygroup.ca               
+TargetMilestone: ---
+Summary: Errors on mono-project.com FAQ
+There are a number of errors on mono-project.com's FAQ pages.
+From http://mono-project.com/about/faq.html:
+Question 21 states: "No pieces of Mono will be ready within the next six
+months" - Obviously this isn't the case anymore.
+From http://mono-project.com/about/technical.html:
+Question 56 states: "They have many different for contributing to the
+effort" - I would assume what is mean is "many different reasons for
+Reply #3 to this question states: "Mono does not heavily modify the windows
+registry, update system DLLs, install DLLs to the Windows/System32 path.
+Another words, I knew Mono would not cause any legacy enterprise
+applications to stop working - and it hasn't. However, our CIO er is againt
+it because of the changes that would be made to Windows 2000, such as,
+affecting security" - This is filled with grammatical and spelling errors.
+Since I'm not sure what the actual intent of this reply is (it appears to
+be written in the first person, which is in itself rather unprofessional),
+I will let the bug fixer deal with this. :)
+From http://mono-project.com/about/licensing.html:
+Question 129 states: "The runtime libraries are under the GNU Library GPL
+(LGPL)" - `LGPL' now stands for the GNU "Lesser General Public License" (as
+of version 2.1). If Mono is actually licensed under the LGPL 2.0, the
+external link should reflect this.