Well there are many C# sites for sure, just like there are many Python and C/C++ sites.. But the forum isn't to discuss C# per se, any more than your C/C++ forum is to discuss the semantics of C/C++. It's to discuss implementing the language/framework on the Pi.jamesh wrote:For the moment please use the Other Languages Forum. If the demand arises them we may consider a specific forum, but to be honest, if we did that in every language the forum would be swamped, so there would need to be a LOT of demand., especially since C# was originally an MS language and has lots of existing sites out there.
I'm sorry but this isn't right: there's never going to be cross-over with languages and it's absurd for people with an interest in C# or VB to be permanently consigned to 'Other Languages' whereas C/C++ and Python have their own forum. There are 240 citations of Mono in these forums and I can't search for C# or VB because you can't search on two letters here. Providing subforums doesn't make it unwieldy, it makes it organised.khulat wrote:The harm is that a forum gets rather unwieldy with to many subforums. So it's a very good idea to create subforums only for subjects where the traffic will be high enough.
And the same basic questions will be asked all the time regardless of subforums.
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