take a look at how RubyCLR is shaping up: RubyCLR
ever have the need to have disabled controls on your user interface, but actually need the data to be posted?
well in asp.net 2.0 you can now do that, check it out:
<form id="form1" runat="server" submitdisabledcontrols="true">
i've long been posting about distributing the source code to feedreader web part, and still haven't gotten around to it. well, part of the main reason is that the hard drive i had the project setup on completely crashed. i'm not talking one of those BSODs that is recoverable...mine went down hard.
i've tried all the tools, etc. so unless someone is offering the service that normally costs $1500 or so, i'm not interested.
do not despair, yes we used source control, so i have the source, just have to setup the project again, and get it ready for distribution...