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...Summarising the views of a board meeting held in March, the Ubuntu Foundation's technical lead Colin Watson wrote on June 16: "In short, at the moment, Mono is very well-maintained in Ubuntu and there appears to be no significant cause for concern over its IP situation. We will attempt to clarify in suitable places what developers and/or rights holders should do in the event that they have evidence of a problem."
Others present at this meeting were Matt Zimmerman, the CTO of Canonical, Scott James Remnant, senior software engineer at Canonical, and Emmet Hikory, Ubuntu MOTU council member and Java packager.
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