[Mono-list] Planning a simple blog engine for Mono

Alberto León leontiscar at gmail.com
Mon Jan 7 11:39:04 UTC 2013

BlogEngine.Net is not an MVC project, is only ASP.NET

That's the reason for it.

About the others, I read forums and articles, some of Daniel Lonigro and
others, and I observed the difficult and the oposition of the owners of the
software to facilitate the portability to Mono.

And there aren't many engines for ASP.NET MVC

2013/1/7 Jeffrey Zhao <jeffz at live.com>

>   Looks like the problem you mentioned is the difficulty of deployment of
> existing blog engines. What about provide better tutorial or configuration
> scripts for the projects like BlogEngine rather than rewrite a new one?
> 老赵 | Jeffrey Zhao
> Blog: http://blog.zhaojie.me/
> GitHub: http://github.com/JeffreyZhao/
>  *From:* Alberto León <leontiscar at gmail.com>
> *Sent:* Monday, January 07, 2013 6:28 PM
> *To:* mono-list at lists.ximian.com
> *Subject:* [Mono-list] Planning a simple blog engine for Mono
>  Hello,
> I have studied a variety .Net blog engines and frameworks. For a MVC
> aproach, I can't find anything that can be deployed easy in MonoDevelop or
> running without a big effort in configuration for apache and mod_mono
> The more matured framework OpenSource Orchard, has a lot of headaches and
> in my point of view, is very heavy to the simple taks of a blog.
> I'm planning a new one, very simple, and easy to develop and run in Linux
> with apache and Mono.
> I will be pleased if you could give me some opinion and thoughts and tell
> me your experiencie integrating or doing similar things.
> Thanks,
> Alberto León
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