[Mono-list] Packaged .NET apps for Mono: Call for Ideas.
jhill at arcfocus.com
Sun Sep 16 22:05:39 EDT 2007
Having Mono applications packaged so that they can easily be sampled by .NET developers would be a big win. There should be a ton of these, but to begin with, I would consider the following:
* The ASP.NET Starter Kits
* mojoPortal (probably the SQLite version would be the simplest candidate).
* Castle Project (MonoRail, ActiveRecord, etc)
Also, could we consider Reflector? I know it's not open, but it demos well.
A call for projects would probably be answered if it were asked from a widely read blog...
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> Hello folks,
> As part of our QA efforts, we would like to start packaging some
> > Open Source .NET applications in RPM form, and I would like to get your
> > feedback on which kinds of .NET apps we should be packaging.
> > These are some projects that I have so far, but I would like to
> > this list:
> > * Boo
> > * IronPython Community Edition (I believe we already package
> > this).
> > * Nant
> > * nunit
> > * tf4mono
> > * Tao libraries
> > * IKVM (0.34 is the latest, SLED ships 0.28)
> > * Mono Fuse
> > * Gaia Widgets (http://ajaxwidgets.com/) for ASP.NET now that they
> > fully support Mono.
> > * Google Data Libraries.
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