An introduction

Tim Newsom cephdon at
Wed Jun 27 07:35:00 CEST 2007

This could provide the xaml parser for use in an interface design some 
of us have spoken about.
Separating the interface from the actual code that processes the 
events... Or that's how I understand it.
Its a truely awesome development.
On Tue, 26 Jun 2007 19:58, Vladimir Giszpenc wrote:
> Hello OpenMoko community,
> OpenMoko is very exciting.  I and many Mono developers like myself
> would like to get involved.  The Mono team has developed Moonlight --
> a port of Microsoft's SilverLight to Linux.  Here are some of the
> things it can do
> It is Open Source, small, fast and works well with others.  The Mono
> team has made it easy for .Net developers to access this technology
> but it is not limited to them.  You don't need Mono to use MoonLight.
> The Mono team would help you create hype give you access to millions
> of C#, VisualBasic, JavaScript, IronPython and Ruby developers because
> it not only has ported the .Net CLR but they made Microsoft's DLR work
> on Linux as well.  The DLR is licensed with a BSD type license.
> How do we get involved?
> Thanks,
> Vlad

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