OSNews: Interview with Miguel de Icaza
Apr 02, 2003, 11:30 (8 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eugenia Loli-Queru)
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"1. The Mono project has certainly come a long way since
the last time we talked, please tell us what were the major
milestones you hit the last 8 months and what new features are the
priority for the near future?
"Miguel de Icaza: Most importantly the Mono community
has grown tremendously: today 150 developers have CVS commit access
to the Mono source code repository, and a lot of the community's
effort has been focused in making Mono more reliable, more feature
complete, and most importantly we have been doing work to make Mono
a good development toolkit on Linux/Unix.
"Mono would not be possible without the day-to-day work of
hundreds of developers that make it happen. I suggest for those
interested in a particular area in Mono, to check the ChangeLogs
and the mailing list to identify the developer that has created
this technology. Since Mono is a large community effort, I could
not list the responsible developers on each section in the
following answers as I would have liked to, because it would have
taken me another week to reply..."