skolima at gmail.com
Sun Oct 21 20:40:51 UTC 2012
MoMA is indeed a very useful tool and it's a pity that it seems no
longer to be supported. What would it take to update the masterinfos
that it uses for reporting? They're missing for the last couple of
release (about two years, I would say?). A lot of people start their
migration/multiplatform work with MoMA and currently it under-reports
Mono capabilities significantly.
I understand that Xamarin no longer has the commercial interest in
maintaining this tool, but it's valuable to the community, so perhaps
it should transition to being maintained by community members? As it
stands, MoMA relies on a webservice that is no longer updated and I'm
guessing the report uploads aren't analysed as well?
On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 3:29 PM, David Schmitt <david at dasz.at> wrote:
> could someone please remove or update the wikipage at
> http://www.mono-project.com/MoMA ? the download there only can check against
> 2.8 and "File MoMA bugs" still links to the novell bugzilla.
> Thanks && love, David
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