Microsoft OneNote.What closed apps are replaced in Gnome by using .NET?
I don't see any .NET hackfest proposals for KDE. Do you?No, I don't see .NET festivals by KDE. Do you?
Not Microsoft money. But Banshee does help pay the GNOME foundation's bills. Considering the question of money in versus money out, Banshee's contributions to GNOME's coffers subsidize all sorts of activities.I'm sure you mentioned somewhere in this thread that money has nothing to do with this?
Why would I give a shit about Microsoft software? I don't find it interesting. I'm here for the Free Software, thanks. You can keep your Windows.I know quite a bit about it. It seems *you* don't know much about Microsoft software.
Tomboy became a by-default app in 2006 (GNOME 2.16). Gtk# 1.0 is from late 2004. These dates are very old, and still significantly older than Qt's addition of LGPL as a license.Irrelevant. Gnome didn't start loving .NET in 2000.