[Mono-list] Mono Project: Next Steps
abe.gillespie at gmail.com
Wed Jul 6 12:44:03 EDT 2011
On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 11:27 AM, Miguel de Icaza <miguel at xamarin.com> wrote:
> Hello folks,
> Some of you have been asking about the upcoming release of Mono 2.12.
> We hit a little bit of a bump in the road with the layoff of the Mono
> team, but we have now re-constituted the team at Xamarin and we are getting
> back to speed. Our first priority at Xamarin is to ensure that our amazing
> team of hackers remains employed, so we are focused on creating amazing
> products for the mobile space. Of course, our products are entirely based
> on Mono, and as you can see from the commits to the various Mono modules, a
> lot of our energy goes into improving Mono.
> To get the 2.12 release to your hands, here’s what we still need to do:
> (a) We need to be able to build packages
> (b) We need to be able to host the software
> (c) We need to adopt the branching and release procedures.
> During the transition to Xamarin, we lost our build engineer. But luckily
> at Xamarin we’ve hired Alex Corrado, a very talented developer who’s created
> a new build system for Mono. The good news is that we are making progress
> and we are now able to build Linux and MacOS packages. Next, Alex is
> working on Windows builds. We are not there yet, but we will be there in
> the next couple of weeks.
> Once we have packages, we will setup a new website for the Mono project
> where we can host the software and the other project resources, like a wiki,
> forums, etc. So we are working on a separate domain to host both a Mono web
> site and the software, and that should be up in the next week or two.
> Once we have something ready, we will share the information with the rest
> of the world and give access to the new Wiki to the various maintainers to
> help us keep the content up to date.
> Thank you for your patience and your love for Mono!
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