[Mono-list] Agreement Novell - Microsoft
kornelpal at gmail.com
Tue Jun 9 13:28:21 EDT 2009
The only thing you can fear are software patents. Microsoft can't do
anything else to Mono. Also note that existing Mono source code will
reamain available under the current open source licenses even if
licensing policy changes for future releases.
> Richard Stallman: Mono is a free implementation of Microsoft's language C#.
> Microsoft has declared itself our enemy and we know that Microsoft is
> patents on some features of C#. So I think it's dangerous to use C#, and it
> be dangerous to use Mono. There's nothing wrong with Mono. Mono is a free
> implementation of a language that users use. It's good to provide free
> implementations. We should have free implementations of every language. But,
> depending on it is dangerous, and we better not do that.
> Alan McGovern-2 wrote:
>> Nope, they don't own or directly fund the mono project.
>> On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 1:33 PM, 666lawyer <666lawyer at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Is true that Microsoft is reserved the right to abort the mono project at
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