Thanks for the compliment. There is still a lot of work to be done though. CloneDeploy Proxy DHCP does run on Linux but also needs mono. I can see how my point may not have been clear. I'm not saying it offers more than dnsmasq but offers more for use with CloneDeploy. It is also very basic and was only about a week of development. It provides simultaneous pxe booting for legacy bios, efi, winpe, and apple netboot, and with it's integration into CloneDeploy each computer can be set to boot to a specific boot loader such as pxelinux,ipxe,grub,winpe without effecting other computers, all simply from the web interface. Here is a video if you haven't seen it.
I'm sure dnsmasq is a proven product that overall offers more services than CloneDeploy Proxy DHCP. I was just stating that cd proxy dhcp was designed specifically for CloneDeploy which in itself offers benefits over other options.