Content migration for NGenerics went well - but please note the following changes:
- All downloads for releases moved to the new project site.
- Due to Google not being willing to add the MS-PL license to Google Code, we've had to re-license NGenerics under the LGPL. LGPL is practically the same license but more wordy.
- A User Voice site is available for feature requests - please log (and vote for) any features you would like to see in NGenerics. We'll get to these in order of the number of votes attached to them.
- Discussions are now hosted on the ngenerics-users Google group.
If you experience any problems caused by the move, let us know by sending a message to the ngenerics-users group or leaving a comment to this post.
Edit: NGenerics is now hosted on GitHub.