[Mono-list] Mono Project: Next Steps

Daniel Morgan monodanmorg at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 7 07:26:30 EDT 2011

I'm not sure if git contains all the history all the way back to the beginning when the mono repository originally existed in cvs then svn then git.

Here is an archive of release tarballs for Mono:


Here is an old archive of release tarballs for Mono that go back the beginning:


From: jmalcolm <malcolm.justin at gmail.com>
To: mono-list at lists.ximian.com
Sent: Wednesday, July 6, 2011 2:18 PM
Subject: Re: [Mono-list] Mono Project: Next Steps

Daniel Morgan wrote:
> Can you include the old and ancient releases of mono too?

I just wanted to flag that old releases are in the GitHub repo as well. It
seems to go back continuously to at least Mono-1.0 although there is a
branch called MONO_0.28 that has files from 2002/2003.

This recent experience shows the wisdom in having this historical record
available in more than one place.


I am extremely happy that Xamarin is moving to create a Mono website that is
not controlled by Novell. Probably the most important thing to move to safer
ground is Bugzilla. I know that Novell uses it for other things but I still
worry that it could disappear. The forums and mailing lists are still
ximian.com as well which I am sure stayed with Novell. I hope that
MonoDevelop finds a new home too.

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