I got a great email from Ali Abbassene about VNC#:
I'm using VncSharp in an eHealthCare Application, in my countrie Algeria, to implement a videoconferencing remote datashow displayer used to diffuse medical conferences from one hospital in the capital Algeirs to an other one in Ouargla an isolated District in the Algerian Sahara.
We make a remote conference weekly, from the pediatric service of Birtraria hospital (Algeirs) to Ouargla hospital (in the Sahara).
I get at least 5 emails a week about VNC#, and I've heard many stories like this. It's great to hear that people are finding it useful. I wrote it years five years ago as a way to play with C# prior to teaching a course. It's not something I have time to maintain anymore, and I'd love to find someone to take it over from me and continue to maintain it. I still get patches and bug reports, and it would be great to do something about them.
If you're interested, get in touch.