I technically admire the .Net platform, although I don't use it much myself, except following the tutorials on MSDN for C#, which I compile and run with Mono. Part of this is subscribing to the feed from the MS blogs, just to see if there is anything interesting going on. Through this I found Paint.Net, a nice little project that started small and seems to be growing nicely. I looked into running it on Mono, and was very discouraged to find the developers don't care and don't seem to want it to run on anything but the official .Net implementation on Windows. They act like Mono is a nothing to the side to whisk away like dust on the floor.
Now, am I wrong in expecting anything more? I don't think they should all install Fedora and start using Linux, but as long as they are developing a .Net project, couldn't they at least open the door a little? Their installer even refuses to install with Mono, so I can't even test the damn thing.
That's too bad, because I'm disliking GIMP more and more every day.