So, to add a little to this.
I’m not sure how many of you are targeting more than just Gadgeteer. I really like Gadgeteer, but I’m more interested in NETMF in general.
So my code will have most of the source shared between, say, a Gadgeteer implementation and a regular FEZ domino implementation and the Gadgeteer implementation. This would quickly pollute the Gadgeteer site. As best as I can tell, even GHI only posts the Gadgeteer-specific updates to the Gadgeteer site, they have lots of other code out there that’s not on that site.
I’m starting to lean towards kicking up my own Codeplex “Pete’s NETMF SDK” site which contains installers with all versions. It’ll get even more complex as some of those bits move to NETMF 4.2 and some stay on 4.1.
To the question of manufacturer name: I’ve always used “PeteBrown” in namespace naming standards. Unless you guys have your own company, you should do something similar. Don’t put “GHI” or any other company in there unless they’re the ones doing the driver.
Agreed that whatever you do, it should be linked to on the wiki to be more discoverable. Maybe even the Gadgeteer codeplex site could point to that Wiki for other out-of-band modules.
@ devhammer: Just keep it under 1000 lines and life is much simpler