@pvalena please don't remove (or move) anything til we get some answers.@ngompa13
> It was already a bit of a stretch with Visual Studio> Code, given that literally no one is working on bringing that into> FedoraI am not a 'no one' =(
My team will be, step by step: .NET Core first.
@bex (had countless of conversations about C# on Fedora) & @jflory7 (is using C# on Fedora, knows the problems.) what are your opinions on this? Do we need to make it a council ticket or bring it to council list or something along the lines?
TLDR: JetBrains Rider is not FLOSS and should be pushed below VS Code, Mono, and Eclipse on the developer portal (fedoraloves.net) despite Rider being the only actually capable C# IDE on Linux at this time.As I see it, we should be unbiased and provide actual information for Developers interested in using Fedora. By doing this, the information will no longer be unbiased. I refuse to provide false, incomplete, or otherwise wrong information. Fedora is Operating System that is targeting developers who need the best IDE available for their work. As of today, Rider is the only IDE capable of working with netcore *and* mono that actually works without any other issues. Eclipse requires either non-floss netcore packages from Microsoft, or hacked up ours to work - and even then it's a *maybe* with uncertain results (it works only with projects created in Eclipse and won't open anything created in any other ide or cli, even with our hacked up packages.) And VS Code is actually in the same boat, as they both use OmniSharp under the hood. MonoDevelop is MonoDevelop, although a good IDE, the title says it all. It's mono-only. So to sum it up, Rider is the only reliable way to work with C# in any Linux, not only Fedora. As a bonus for C# developers who are likely to have either Mac or Windows as well, it's multiplatform and works exactly the same way on all the platforms (even the whole configuration can be shared via nextcloud/dropbox/whatever.) And at least they give free licenses for Open Source projects.