List of projects accepted into Mono Project
The Mono Project implements a cross-platform runtime and a developer platform based on the ISO standards for the Common Language Infrastructure and the C# language. The Mono Runtime runs applications that have been developed with C# and the Microsoft .NET platform on a variety of operating systems and architectures that span most Unix systems (including Linux and MacOS) to embedded systems like the iPhone, the Wii and Android.
Mono allows developers that are familiar with Microsoft .NET technologies to bring their software and their expertise to other systems. Mono has also created a significant set of technologies to help developers. Some were created over the years by the community, and some were created through Google's Summer of Code. Additionally we have created technologies that take advantage of the host operating systems, some are Mono-specific (no equivalent in .NET), Unix-specific, X11-specific, Cocoa-specific or graphics specific.
Calling all students!
Browse the Project Ideas list or come up with ideas of your own and discuss them with us.
Join in on Mono IRC on irc.gnome.org. The main SoC channel is #monosoc and the General Topics channel is #mono.
Ask questions on the Mono mailing lists, listed here.
Send us your proposals!
Our main SoC repository is located here: https://github.com/mono-soc-2011
The SoC repository for code samples at the end of the program is located here: http://code.google.com/p/google-summer-of-code-2011-mono/