Summary: Guy Van Sanden releases Monofree to help address the ‘Microsoftification’ of GNU/Linux
Mono boosters have been agitating this Web site (and your truly) quite a lot recently. They must be worried or scared. It is with great pleasure that we announce the release of Monofree, going back just a few hours:
A while back, I wrote a post on how to clean mono from your system, my information was gathered from blogs arround the net.
But that information was quite outdated and a lot of it did not apply to mono 2.0 which is in Ubuntu now. I also recommended mononono to prevent mono from being pushed back on your system, but that too is outdated.
That’s why I used the list of low-level packages Jo Shields pointed out to create my own version of mononono called monofree that will clean Mono 2.0 and it’s applicaions from your system.