This project is read-only.

Where does the Amqp.Net Lite community go?

Aug 11, 2015 at 7:14 PM
So the code has moved to Github. Code-wise that's fine as there's no real change except for the git remote setting. But for the non-Azure user community (like me) CodePlex offered mailing lists, discussions, issues, and project history. How will that work at Github?

How do you see Amqp.Net Lite and the user community growing at Github?
Aug 11, 2015 at 10:44 PM
Edited Aug 11, 2015 at 10:58 PM
After the code is moved, we expect the community to move too.

GitHub offers better support to collaboration and project development for open source projects. You can watch a project to get notifications, raise issues for bugs or any subject you want to discuss, and open pull requests if you'd like to contribute (after signing a CLA). The repo is currently under the Azure GitHub organization but that's just where it is placed. By moving to GitHub, we expect to have better engagement from open source communities, including non-Azure user community.

Project history is important so this site will remain. I will also monitor any activities here until everything is fully moved to GitHub. But no further development work will happen here.