[Mono-aspnet-list] Helping with development of FastCGI, mod_mono and xsp
brett.e.ernst at gmail.com
Wed Apr 4 00:45:54 UTC 2012
I would also be interested in hearing any thoughts on FastCGI, mod_mono,
Mono.WebServer, etc. I've gotten a mixed story from blogs and sites like
serverfault, and much of the info may be out of date.
Mainly, I think it would really help to have an up-to-date summary of where
those components are and what needs to be done (if anything) to safely use
them in production. I'd be very willing to take on some tasks if we can
identify what's needed. If anyone knows who could provide a comprehensive
overview of where the different pieces stand, it would really help.
I will browse through the bug database to see what I can find, but it can
be hard to gain a sense of the bigger picture that way.
It sounds like the recent open sourcing of MVC and Razor may re-spark some
interest in this topic as well.
On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 8:00 AM, Marcelo Zabani <mzabani at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone, I've asked about the state of fastcgi-mono-server before, and
> was told to stay away from it since it hasn't been maintained for a while
> and is known to have a few bugs.
> And while I've been using mod_mono after that, I would love to be able to
> use other webservers and to know I can rely on the entire stack (Xamarin
> does not seem too interested in ASP.NET at the moment).
> I know very little of the inner workings of a ASP.NET server (basically
> what is in http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms178473.aspx), but
> since I depend very heavily on Mono running my ASP.NET application, I
> would love to aid where I can (whether that is documenting or coding).
> Should I be worried? Can anyone point me to a direction? Is there anything
> I can do to help?
> Thanks a lot,
> Marcelo Zabani
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