[Mono-list] Mono Download Page Changes
Thu, 01 Apr 2004 15:05:42 -0500
While I agree this would be nice, I think what kevin is recommending is
You also must keep in mind that the gnome software map covers all sorts
of gnome apps, regardless of their official 'gnome' status. However, I
consider things like gtk-sharp, monodoc, gecko-sharp, monodevelop, etc
to be more tied into the mono project than just 'this application uses
mono'. All of them are done by mono developers, and cluttering the
"mono" download page with applications and libraries seems like the
wrong thing to do in the endrun.
Personally, I see a need for both solutions, however one should happen
relatively soon, where as the other would be nice in the long term.
On Thu, 2004-04-01 at 10:38 -0500, Ben Maurer wrote:
> Hey Kevin,
> I think it would be better to have a title `Stuff that works on mono'
> (not that exactly, but something like that).
> We could combine this page with the ports section we have right now.
> So what I would imagine is a layout much like the existing Ports page --
> you have a screenshot of each application on the left, with a short
> description on the right and a link.
> Eventually, we could make this into a directoryish thing (sorta like
> GNOME has on their website).
> -- Ben
> On Thu, 2004-04-01 at 09:03, Kevin Breit wrote:
> > Hey,
> > I'm proposing that we change the Mono download page a bit. Currently,
> > we only have the core Mono downloads listed, which is bad news for other
> > projects such as MonoDevelop. To remedy this, I propose that we have a
> > 2nd download page called "Third-Party Downloads" or "Mono Extras" (I
> > prefer the latter). The new download page would be on the left
> > navigation and both download pages would link to each other.
> > How does this sound to everyone?
> > Kevin Breit
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