An essential tool for any modern development platform is a mechanism through which developers can create, share, and consume useful libraries and packages. For .NET, that mechanism is NuGet, which defines how packages for .NET are created, hosted, and consumed, and provides the tools for each of those roles.
The NuGet Team
These are contributors from the NuGet team, including current and past team members. The NuGet team works on the NuGet Gallery, and the NuGet Client tools (Visual Studio Extension, nuget.exe, etc).
About the Gallery
The NuGet Gallery is Open-Source Software licensed under the Apache 2 License. This means you can take the code, modify it and redistribute it freely, as long as you adhere to the terms of the license.
We also welcome contributions from the community. If you would like to contribute, check out our Contributors Guide on our GitHub Project Page.
A special thanks go out to some of our contributors who have made major contributions to the site.
- Robert Muehsig - Lots of bug fixes, up-for-grabs features and various assorted goodies.
- Justin Dearing - Added the ability to send a copy of support emails to the originator.
And many many more!