Your Erlang Links!

Francesco Cesarini <>
Thu Oct 4 09:39:27 CEST 2001


If you surf to the open directory project at

http://dmoz.org/Computers/Programming/Languages/Erlang/

you will find the largest collection of Erlang links ever compiled. I
have bugged some of you individually. Now I am bugging you collectively.
There are, as of this morning, over 200 links to documents and web pages
(The numbers on the pages are wrong as they get updated once a week),
making it an excellent source for Erlang research. There are so many
research projects out there, so many papers, so many open source
developments, help web pages, and much much more that I now need your
help to make this site even bigger. In other words, surf there, and
submit  *ALL* your Erlang links and bookmarks! When you slap up a
contribution, do not just email it to the Erlang mailing list! Put up a
web page and add your link, so people can find it even after they've
deleted the email. I especially need help on Contributions, Products and
Research. And link to it so people start finding/using it. The Erlang
site is now bigger than the small talk one. Let us make it more
comprehensive that the Perl and C++ one!

The following categories exist:

Articles
    News and Media
    Thesis
Conferences
    Proceedings
Contributions
    Applications
    Interfaces
    Libraries
    Ports and Compilers
Examples
FAQs, Help and Tutorials
Products
Research

Thanks!
Francesco
--
http://www.erlang-consulting.com

-------------- next part --------------
A non-text attachment was scrubbed...
Name: francesco.vcf
Type: text/x-vcard
Size: 352 bytes
Desc: Card for Francesco Cesarini
URL: <http://erlang.org/pipermail/erlang-questions/attachments/20011004/1cbd0879/attachment.vcf>


More information about the erlang-questions mailing list