Mono Silverlight implementation emerges after epic hackathon

Mono Silverlight implementation emerges after epic hackathon – During an epic 21-day hackathon, a small team of Mono developers worked weekends and 12 to 16 hour days in order to create a prototype of Moonlight, an open source implementation of Silverlight, in time for Paris MIX 07. Read More… [Ars Technica]
Mono Silverlight implementation emerges after epic hackathon –

During an epic 21-day hackathon, a small team of Mono developers worked weekends and 12 to 16 hour days in order to create a prototype of Moonlight, an open source implementation of Silverlight, in time for Paris MIX 07.

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