But I'm not sure if I should create a new category for it(e.g. AOP or Bytecode Manipulation).
Or I should just add it into Misc category.
@VPashkov you can create new category
and move Mono.Cecil to it as well
it is in Misc right now
Ok. So Bytecode Manipulation will be better choice?
maybe better "Reflection"?
anyway, open PR, we'll discuss it there with another maintainer
Yes, reflection sounds better.
Also while you're here, have you considered PostSharp to include in this list? It's proprietary but pretty popular and mature.
Well, I thought about PostSharp... But! There are plenty proprietary software which is also great and plenty of bad. If we are going to add some commercial products, we need some strict rules for them. I dont want awesome-dotnet list to become an ad list
There is closed discussion on github (i closed it because of inactivity) about proprietary software
Feel free to reopen and comment
Ok. Got it. Thanks.
Is there any reason appveyor isn't listed under CI? Or should I just PR it?
You're welcome to add it :)
It's actually really annoying me right now (and not for the first time). May leave that PR to someone that thinks appveyor is any good. (grumble grumble)
I still <3 appveyor, PR open
Hi all! I'm interesting why there is no Reactive Extensions in awesome-dotnet list?
sorry to bother, is there a learning resources/general resources for doing Role-base management for ASP.NET vNext or compatible with vNext?
does anyone know some cool collective twi accounts like a @cssunderhood and @jsunderhood but for .net ?
Nice site and awesome list. Thanks.
Hi all Does anyone know whether there are KMDF APIs?
EveryOne hope all is well.
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for you, whats it's the best microbenchmarking tools?
Hello. Anybody knows good email analytics library?
Hi ppl! Any good persistence framework but nhibernate and entity fw? We have a small project based on pgsql and I'm not sure I want this overhead.
Michael Camara Pendon
Hello everyone, just happy to share that #RepoDb (https://github.com/mikependon/RepoDb) is now a part of .Net Awesome List. I want to open and make it more public, but how should I start?
Added pr to include pdfsharp
Hi all! I have a library (https://github.com/jirenius/csharp-res) that might fit .NET Awesome. The equivalent for Go is also in the awesome-go. But, I wondered about the "Documented" part of the Quality standard..? It does have complete XML comments, and some basic Usage in the README.md . But would that constitute "Documented"?