> >> I'm personally proactive. I eradicate every library, application or
> >> support structure on my system that has the slightest thing to do with
> >> MONO. .NET can stay out of my life completely, no matter what name it
> >> chooses to call itself.
> > More power to you.
> Then you either agree that it isn't a case of trying to force anyone in
> a particular direction, or you have nothing to counter what I said
> concerning your claim of such.
I am just interested in convincing you of anything.
> Which begs the question as to why you think someone personally being
> *against* something is tantamount to forcing someone else in a
> particular direction. That was how you phrased it.
That is not what I said. You might want to read my email again.
> It's not even that drastic. It's more a case of: use anything you want,
> but if you use this one don't expect me to use what you write.
And I am perfectly fine with you not using anything you do not want.
See how easy that was?
> If you and others like it and want to keep pushing it, have
> fun. But I won't silence my personal opposition just because somebody
> thinks it's neato.
That is also fine. I think I said to you "More power to you".
Maybe you wanted me to be more cheery. Here it is:
You go girl!