[MonoDevelop] MonoDevelop Linux

Daniel Isenmann daniel at archlinux.org
Wed Oct 1 21:08:48 UTC 2014

Hi Yannick,

releasing 12 releases in one month is insane. There is no description which
one is the stable release. 5.3.x releases between some 5.5.x releases
without any information can't be the right way to inform the community.

I would really like to support the monodevelp team and the community to
deliver good packages in our distribution. But with such a release
management it's nearly impossible.

We need proper information which release is s stable release and which one
is the development branch.

 Am 01.10.2014 22:47 schrieb "yannick inizan" <inizan.yannick at gmail.com>:

> hi Daniel,
> please see releases page on github :
> https://github.com/mono/monodevelop/releases
> 2014-10-01 21:01 GMT+02:00 Daniel Isenmann <daniel at archlinux.org>:
>> Hi,
>> I joined the list just today, so I don't have the reference for the topic
>> I mentioned.
>> Jeff said that, the Linux distros package their own MonoDevelop, that's
>> not the complete truth. WIthout a valid and updated tarball package there
>> will be no new MonoDevelop package.
>> Building the package from the Git repository is not an option as a
>> package maintainer. If I would build the package for my own that would be
>> possible but not as a released packagae. Would be great if you would
>> provide a source tarball regularly on the MonoDevelop website that we
>> (package maintainer of MonoDevelop) can build a package for our
>> distribution.
>> I have seen that version tags of 5.4, 5.5 and 5.6 exists in the Git
>> repository. Are they already released or is the actual version?
>> Cheers
>> Daniel
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