Motor Driver L298 Motor Markings Reversed

The markings “M1” and “M2” do not correspond to motor1 and motor2, respectively.

using System;
using System.Collections;
using System.Threading;
using Microsoft.SPOT;
using Microsoft.SPOT.Presentation;
using Microsoft.SPOT.Presentation.Controls;
using Microsoft.SPOT.Presentation.Media;
using Microsoft.SPOT.Touch;

using Gadgeteer.Networking;
using GT = Gadgeteer;
using GTM = Gadgeteer.Modules;
using Gadgeteer.Modules.GHIElectronics;

namespace MotorController
    public partial class Program
        // This method is run when the mainboard is powered up or reset.   
        void ProgramStarted()
            Modules added in the Program.gadgeteer designer view are used by typing 
            their name followed by a period, e.g.  button.  or  camera.
            Many modules generate useful events. Type +=<tab><tab> to add a handler to an event, e.g.:
                button.ButtonPressed +=<tab><tab>
            If you want to do something periodically, use a GT.Timer and handle its Tick event, e.g.:
                GT.Timer timer = new GT.Timer(1000); // every second (1000ms)
                timer.Tick +=<tab><tab>
            motorControllerL298.MoveMotor(MotorControllerL298.Motor.Motor2, 0);

            // The following causes the motor connected to "M2" to turn
            motorControllerL298.MoveMotor(MotorControllerL298.Motor.Motor1, 100);
            motorControllerL298.MoveMotor(MotorControllerL298.Motor.Motor1, 0);
            // The following causes the motor connected to "M1" to turn
            Debug.Print("Ramp up to 100");
            motorControllerL298.MoveMotorRamp(MotorControllerL298.Motor.Motor2, 100, 5000);
            Debug.Print("Ramp down to 0");
            motorControllerL298.MoveMotorRamp(MotorControllerL298.Motor.Motor2, 0, 5000);
            Debug.Print("Ramp down to -100");
            motorControllerL298.MoveMotorRamp(MotorControllerL298.Motor.Motor2, -100, 5000);
            Debug.Print("Ramp up to 0");
            motorControllerL298.MoveMotorRamp(MotorControllerL298.Motor.Motor2, 0, 5000);
            // Use Debug.Print to show messages in Visual Studio's "Output" window during debugging.
            Debug.Print("Stop motor");
            motorControllerL298.MoveMotor(MotorControllerL298.Motor.Motor1, 0);

That should be easy to fix in the driver. Good catch!