[Mono-dev] GSoC 2012 - Iterest
Sharique uddin Ahmed Farooqui
safknw at gmail.com
Sat Mar 31 09:27:19 UTC 2012
On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 8:31 PM, Andreia Gaita <shana.ufie at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 02:52, Gustavo Torrico Martinez <gatm50 at gmail.com>
>> I am developer of .NET technologies since 5 years ago, and i've developed
>> with Mono since 3 years ago for desktop and for mobile. I am very excited to
>> collaborate with the project.
>> I am interesting in 3 projects without no order of preference:
>> - “Make ASP.NET Awesome in MonoDevelop”
>> - “QT# Bindings with CXXI”
>> - “Add Razor Syntax Support to MonoDevelop”
> Regarding asp.net and razor, MS has just opensourced a bunch of code, which
> could potentially change the scope of these projects. You should look at
> what's available now and talk to the monodevelop devs about it.
>> What is meant by a non-trivial application? For define the scope of the
>> project (QT #)
> Something bigger than an Hello World window, preferably :) The goal is to
> exercise the bindings so that the app serves as proof of implementation, a
> sample, and also a test for the bindings. There's a lot of QT apps out
> there, you can suggest one or more apps and we can decide which one would be
> better fitted. It could be that an app that initially looks like a good
> choice for testing the bindings turns out not to be, so it's a topic open
> for discussion in the proposal and during the project.
One can also write a port of GTK# application, there are many options,
but what I prefer is a database driver application like address book,
because database is where Qt is weaker, with C# it can be much more
AFAIK most challenging part of this project will be translating Qt
style event handling into .Net style.
>> What about the problem with dependencies libraries in ASP.NET MVC3?
> I'm not sure what dependencies there are, but this may have changed with the
> newly opensourced stuff from MS.
> andreia gaita
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