romain at blogreen.org
Tue Mar 10 01:38:41 PDT 2009
On Mon, Mar 09, 2009 at 11:40:21AM -0700, clay bruce wrote:
> I am new to FreeBSD and would like to start contributing to my new
> favorite OS. Although I an new to "unix" style programming I have
> over 6 years as a professional .net developer. This includes, but not
> limited to c#, mc++, winforms and asp.net. Before that I spent most of
> my time developing in c, c++ and probably a bit too much x86
> assembler. This was all done using wtl, mfc or bare bones win32 API.
> I would like to contribute to FreeBSD mono but need some help getting
> started. What part of mono would be served best by my skillset or
> lack thereof? I would like to get started as soon as possible. Any
> suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
We have a TODO page here:
I have just fixed a few things, but I guess some linuxisms and broken
ports are not referenced.
Feel free to:
- Report missing items;
- Pick a task;
- Create ports for software packages not in ports;
- Ask us for help.
Romain Tartière <romain at blogreen.org> http://romain.blogreen.org/
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