[Mono-list] ubuntu support
developer at noknok.net
Sat May 21 11:24:46 EDT 2011
Ok, I will bite.
Lets say we were willing to sponsor such an effort, are there folks who
would be willing to act as the maintainers? Keeping distribution in line
with the current stable / beta / dev efforts ?
I'd be willing to listen to ideas/proposals, its not just the money
aspect, but also servers, download cdn, the organization and expectations.
On 5/21/2011 11:14 AM, Ian Norton wrote:
> Ive just been trying out the 2.10 debian packages, good so far except its only moonlight 2 so I built my own from trunk again
> "Victor Rocha"<rocha.pusch at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I wonder if someone in this list has any experience in fund-raising
>> for open-source projects... well I´m certain there is someone.
>> Being Ubuntu such a popular distro, and being .NET such a popular
>> framework, "mono for Ubuntu" could perhaps make some company think of
>> sparing some bucks for it, for its own user, or for the "publicity"
>> value of it.
>> I mean, "some hundreds man-hours" account to a few thousand dollars,
>> maybe it could be a justifiable effort for Google Summer of Code,
>> Canonical itself, or one of these new "crowdsourcing" portals.
>> well, just my $0.015
>> On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 4:04 PM, Thomas Mayer<thomas at residuum.org>
>>> I just wanted to add, that the guys and girls at Xamarin now have
>>> different priorities than to decide whether or not to change their
>>> default packaging system. They have to build a running business, have
>>> migrate their infrastructure etc.
>>> Just my $0.02,
>>> "When one's home has a really excellent computer capable of reaching
>>> other computers anywhere in the Galaxy, one scarcely needs to budge."
>>> (Janov Pelorat in: Isaac Asimov - Foundation's Edge)
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