Iron Foundry launched in December 2011 with the purpose of enabling the .NET ecosystem on Cloud Foundry. The Iron Foundry projects does more than just extend Cloud Foundry to support .NET, it provides the .NET developer with tools and other services with which they are familiar. We are passionate about Iron Foundry and are always working on new features. If you have any ideas or feedback let us know. If you are like us and want to get involved, we welcome you to get started.
The governance team for the Iron Foundry project are Jared Wray, Shantu Roy, Cale Hoopes, Luke Bakken, Darren Simmonds, Nathan Young (Design) , and most recently Adron Hall. As the project evolves, you can see the more active team on GitHub. We are seeing further contributions every week via blogs, code, and community support and are actively building a governance team. You can read more here.
Iron Foundry is committed to the community and enabling .NET in an open and transparent manner. We want all people using or supporting Iron Foundry to be part of the community and give back.
You can make a change: If you have ideas and want to suggest a change let us know! Before entering in a new suggestion make sure it has not already been suggested – and if it has, "up vote" it.
Changes are made to be shared: If you are a user of Iron Foundry make sure you also contribute. You can contribute many ways and have a chance to be on a committee.
No ego needed. Just fun and community: Don’t be afraid of submitting your ideas as healthy debate is good and often creates a better solution. Just remember that healthy debate has no ego in it so check it at the door.
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