stifu at free.fr
Tue May 24 17:45:56 EDT 2011
First, you have to decide what you want to work on.
ASP.NET? WinForms? MonoDevelop? Something else?
Also, if you've been using Mono for a little while, you may get ideas, as
you encounter bugs or missing things as you go. For bugs you could fix, you
may have a look at Mono's bugzilla (https://bugzilla.novell.com/). The Class
Status page (http://go-mono.com/status/) may also be interesting to you.
Lastly, the Mono project sources are on Git (https://github.com/mono/mono),
so you'll need to get familiar with it if you aren't already.
Kocsis László wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I've just subscribed to mono-devel-list. I would like to contribute to
> the development of Mono. I'm a software developer from Hungary,
> working for the largest telecom company of the country as a Delphi and
> C# developer. I code mainly desktop applications, but have some
> experience with .NET web development, too (ASP.NET, Silverlight,
> Currently I do not have any idea about how Mono development works,
> since I never contributed to open source projects before. Please help
> me get started! Any small task would do, just let me start working :)
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