[Gtk-sharp-list] MonkeyGuide?: Hello World in GNOME.NET - Second Draft

George Farris george@gmsys.com
16 Feb 2003 09:19:24 -0800

On Sat, 2003-02-15 at 16:50, Charles Iliya Krempeaux wrote:
> Hello,
> First, this is being cross posted to both the Gtk# Mailing List and
> the Mono Docs Mailing List.  So make sure to do a "Reply to All" when
> replying to this.  (So that everyone can keep up with the
> conversation.)
> This is my second draft of the GNOME.NET HelloWorld tutorial, for the
> MonkeyGuide.
> The first draft has already been posted in the MonekyGuide, and can be
> found at:
> http://go-mono.com/tutorial/html/en/gnome/bindings/gnome/hello_world.html
> This second draft changes the use of the term "GNOME#" to
> "GNOME.NET".  Contains some mirror corrections and various 

Given Microsoft's recent patent announcement and the uncertainness of
whats happening.  I'm not sure the term GNOME.NET is a good idea.  I'm a
believer that the open source world should have it's own term which
could be tied to .NET in a statement such as, and this is a really bad
example but...  "GNOME.MONO a GNOME environment for .NET"  

I guess I have a small amount of distrust here,  I wonder why:-)

George Farris <george@gmsys.com>