[ANN][Article] Erlang, the language for network programming
Mon Aug 28 00:03:01 CEST 2006
> On Saturday 26 August 2006 23:33, you wrote:
>> just yet! till I finish my
> BTW, good luck with your exams! and have a nice time learning Erlang.
Thanks! I surely need that good luck :).
About the IRC channel... It could be a good idea to have one in Spainsh,
though I'm afraid we'll be the only two people there. but, who knows, it
could very pretty useful in some near future.
I don't know if there's an official or not so official Erlang channel.
If you want we could create erlang-es on Freenode. I know some people I
think could help with that.
Post recived from mailinglist
(end of quote)
Why an IRC channel? Just use the Multi-User Chat component of an ejabberd deployment and so take advantage of Erlang code 8)
And if you really can't drop your obsolete IRC client for a Jabber client with full MUC support (Psi is one of these clients that only supports the old protocol and not the new, more powerfull, but compatible Multi-User Chat protocol), you always can write some module for ejabberd for IRC client support. So that you can connect to ejabberd and the Multi-User Chat channels on it, with any IRC client. :-)
Post sent from http://www.trapexit.org
More information about the erlang-questions