[Mono-docs-list] Re: [Mono-list] a beginning of a Gnome.NET tutorial

Richard Torkar richard.torkar@htu.se
05 Nov 2002 17:56:22 +0100

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On Tue, 2002-11-05 at 17:13, Martin Willemoes Hansen wrote:
> Hi there!
> I had this crazy idea of a Gnome.NET tutorial, which could be a nice
> starting point for programmers whishing to get to understand and or
> develop with mono & gtk#.
> here: http://mwh.sysrq.dk/the_mono_tutorial/ is a beginning, containing
> very much nothing ;)
> My idea is to give an aplications programmer a nice overview and samples
> of code to get started. That is to be broad and not go into too much
> detail.
> Now I hope to get some feedback from you.
> 1. Is this a good or bad idea?=20

Yes indeed it is!
Most people who would like to start with gtk# could use this page.

> 2. Which content do you think should be covered in the tutorial?

I think you have covered most parts on you page - but I'm sure someone
will prove me wrong ;)
Some of the things you need (samples); can be re-used from the /sample
directory in the gtk-sharp module. At least that is a start! :)

> 3. Is this already being done?

Dunno, but I haven't seen anything.

> 4. If you want to do this too please contact me.

I'm interesting in helping out but at the moment I'm a bit swamped..
I'll check in regulary though! ;)

Ph.D. Student
Dept. of Informatics and Mathematics
University of Trollh=E4ttan/Uddevalla

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