[Mono-list] Mono Project website

Martin Thwaites monoforum at my2cents.co.uk
Mon Jun 16 08:53:44 UTC 2014

They == "mono contributors"... or at least that's what I assumed...

I can agree that some sort of collaborative element is needed, but there
also needs to be someone (or an entity) that takes control and drives it.
That, at the moment, is Xamarin.

That said, if it's down on their agenda, there is an argument to open
source what they have so far and let us (the community) contribute.


On 16 June 2014 08:30, bobsummerwill <bob at summerwill.net> wrote:

> "They" presumably being Xamarin?
> It doesn't strike me as a particularly open-source approach to be reliant
> on
> a particular company to maintain the open source project's website.
> Website development is something which is way easier for everybody to
> contribute to than automation.
> Let me ask again, Xamarin-monkey-buddies ... where is the source code for
> the website, and please can we open that up for development from anybody
> who
> is interested in helping?    Like me!
> Just to be clear ... I am not implying anything sinister here, just
> pointing
> out that the line between Mono Project and Xamarin doesn't appear to have
> been drawn particularly clearly, probably mainly because of the history of
> the project.    Let's all improve the lines together, eh?    It will make
> things better for everyone.
> Cheers,
> Bob
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