After 2.0 release, Miguel de Icaza reflects on Mono's past and future
Posted by: Anonymous
on October 08, 2008 09:47 PM
I don't get it, maybe because I use KDE and because I'm not a corporate entity I see no need or reason for Mono. If some one would be kind enough to explain how it benefits the "home user" I'd appreciate it. As for the Gnome apps developed in Mono, considering it's age there's but a few and they seem to be developed by people with a direct connection to the Mono project. And as a former Windows user I never ran into any .net applications other than paint.net.