[Mono-docs-list] The Mono Tutorial

Alejandro Sánchez Acosta raciel@x0und.net
23 Dec 2002 22:20:30 +0000

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Hi Martin,

> Hi there!
> I see a lot of documentation work going on at the moment,
> the GNOME.NET tutorial, a manual, http://mono.jroith.de/monkeyguide/,
> and more.
> What do you guys think about merging these efforts?

Yeah, all this work can be merged to the toc that felix have made.

> I suggest a name like The Mono Tutorial, by inspiration of The Java
> Tutorial http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/

Yeah, a Mono Tutorial is a good name! cool idea Martin! Anyway we can
follow working with the GTK# tutorial and then merge all the work with
the other parts that make the other documentation team.

> Everybody could work on what they are good at, the c#, basic.net=20
> languages, mono tools, class libraries (gtk#, qt#, ...), IDEs,
> installation (linux, mac, win32), and whatever involves mono.

Yeah, with a good and comprehensive toc we can divide all the work and
begin with the documentation. Only we have to do a tutorial more
extensive that the before tutorial or do independient works and when
both are finished, merge them.

> It would also be easy and nice to point people to just that page on the
> net, and they would find everything they need, plus they would see how
> large a scope mono has.

Well, I have to finish all the samples and at the same time I can do
some documentation nor relative to GTK# or GNOME documentation, Only we
have to divide all the sections and assign one section to each one. If
we do fastly we will have a good and nice Mono tutorial soon! :-)

Alejandro S=E1nchez Acosta <raciel@x0und.net>
Registered User #287692

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