[Mono-dev] .net library shared source
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Thu Oct 4 10:37:29 EDT 2007
Also, this might be a bit paranoid statement, but Microsoft will be able to tell from it's log wether a person has looked at a particular piece of source since the sourcecode will be provided as a webservice. When it would come to a courtcase (which I think is very unlikely) Microsoft probably will not hold back this kind of evidence. So caution really is necessary.
> Subject: Re: [Mono-dev] .net library shared source> From: miguel at novell.com> To: mail at tinco.nl> CC: mono-devel-list at lists.ximian.com> Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2007 10:31:25 -0400> > > > If we can't even look at the source, it will make it virtually> > impossible for .net developers to contribute to mono, since the source> > viewing will be integrated with visual studio and will greatly enhance> > debugging, it would be stupid not to use it for regular developing.> > Soon everyone will have seen at least some part of the code.> > Then we will not accept their contributions. It is that easy.> > If you look at code in System.Net, it does not mean that you can not> contribute to say System.Windows.Forms. So there is some nuance here.
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