[Mono-list] Oops. Forgot to mail my reply here.
Miguel de Icaza
30 Oct 2001 08:30:54 -0500
Damn. I am not yet used to use C-S-r to reply to all in Evolution.
Content-Description: Forwarded message - Re: [Mono-list] Please comment on
excellent Java/J2EE/EJB v.Mono/.NET article here...
Subject: Re: [Mono-list] Please comment on excellent Java/J2EE/EJB
v.Mono/.NET article here...
From: Miguel de Icaza <email@example.com>
To: Guy Murphy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Date: 30 Oct 2001 08:28:43 -0500
On Tue, 2001-10-30 at 12:47, Guy Murphy wrote:
> Definately very informative and well put together FAQs.... in which case why
> wasn't the original poster helpfully pointed at them rather than being
> told.... nothing to do with us.... not qualified to comment....?
> *shrug* If addressing such questions isn't important, then it isn't
> important.... the FAQ wasn't as comprehensive when I joined the list, and it
> might not have been as comprehensive when the original poster joined the
> list.... is this the update that was posted in July?
Some changes have been added to the FAQ, but it has always stated very
clearly what Mono is. It was one of the main talking points during its
Some people have decided to ignore the facts to push their own agendas,
some of them reporters and it is hard to do anything about it.
The passport.html file was posted to this list, or at least a pointer to
it to clarify the issue of passport a long time ago.
The particular notes that explain what Mono is, and the fact that is not
related to passport were added (according to CVS):
File: mono/doc/faq,v Version: 1.2
date: 2001/07/03 23:51:05; author: miguel; state: Exp; lines: +42 -1
Which is before Mono was even announced to the public. So yes, it has
been there ;-)
Anyways, I have to head back to work on the compiler ;-)