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Posts with mentions or reviews of splat. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-10-21.
  • Using MVVM in Flutter (2022)
    1 project | dev.to | 3 Sep 2022
    This is a simple Service Locator for Dart and Flutter projects with some additional goodies highly inspired by Splat. It can be used instead of InheritedWidget or Provider to access objects e.g. from your UI.
  • Detailed thoughts on the State of the .NET Foundation · Discussion #60 · dotnet-foundation/Home
    2 projects | /r/dotnet | 21 Oct 2021
    I read through the PR discussion in question as part of reading Rob Mensching's post before I came across this discussion, and thought that she'd overstepped. However, after watching Tim Corey go through the same discussion, I realise that not only did she overstep, she appeared to actively (and publicly) fight with the current maintainer. Her actions appear (to me) to be completely arrogant, selfish, uncaring, and frankly dangerous to the project.
  • Microsoft locks .NET hot reload capabilities behind Visual Studio 2022
    13 projects | /r/programming | 21 Oct 2021
    Head of .NET Foundation creates and merges a PR for a change they made to a project where they hadn't been active for several years. When confronted by current maintainers, their response was at the very least, hostile and poorly thought out.
  • How the .NET Foundation kerfuffle became a brouhaha
    3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 Oct 2021
    Many projects joined the .NET Foundation after it was created. It didn't really do anything, but it wasn't harming anyone either.

    The .NET Foundation asked for owner access on a repository (for their CLA bot). The author declined and a workaround was organized.

    Years later the .NET Foundation asked for owner access on a repository (to allow them enforce Code of Conduct across all repositories. The author declined.

    The CLA bot stopped working. The author was told it would work if he gave it owner access. The author was annoyed because they previously had a workaround. They gave in and gave @dnfadmin owner access.

    The author woke up and realized that the project had now been silently moved to GitHub Enterprise. The author states that projects in GitHub Enterprise can be entirely controlled by the owner of the account (the .NET Foundation). This transfer happened silently.

    Independently, this happened to another project (who had coincidentally had an issue with a Microsoft employee and former contributor force a pull-request into their project: https://github.com/reactiveui/splat/pull/778).

    People are upset because of how tone-deaf all of this is. They would like the .NET Foundation to stop trying to gain complete control over the member projects. They would like Microsoft employees to not force pull requests into their projects.

  • I'm Sorry
    18 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 6 Oct 2021
    > I am not versed in all the details here

    You should probably read the conversation in the PR: https://github.com/reactiveui/splat/pull/778

    > there is a dire need for professional communications training among these programmers.

    Maybe, but probably not why you think.

    Once you've read the PR's conversation you'll see this isn't about someone just merging a PR which wasn't approved. This about someone submitting a PR, a maintainer asking for discussion before merging it, ignoring the maintainer and just merge the PR, the maintainer asking why it wasn't discussed and then making a snide remark to the maintainer.

    So I agree that the "Sorry for merging a PR" isn't going to cut it here. The merging of the PR was the least of the problem. It's a hollow corporate-style apology where someone is allowed to be called out for. It's like saying: "Sorry I hurt your toe" after you pushed someone of a cliff.

  • .NET Foundation problems and solutions
    1 project | /r/dotnet | 6 Oct 2021
  • Most popular Flutter libraries for state management in 2021
    10 projects | dev.to | 11 Feb 2021
    Library inspired by Splat from the React world again. Library is not so popular like previous and maintenance is also a little lower.
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reactiveui/splat is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

The primary programming language of splat is C#.

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