[erlang-questions] Erlang Extension Proposals (EEPs)

Eric Merritt <>
Wed Jan 31 23:21:51 CET 2007


So this is a great idea and of huge benefit to the community. That
being the case, how are we going to move this process forward?

 Who are the editors? Has that been decided?
 Has the eeps mailing list been set up?
 Has any one stepped up to handle the eep html conversion? Could we
go with what you have already written for now?
 Has subversion space been made available?

 Who is going to maintain the infrastructure for eeps?

 These are questions, not answers, I know. However, maybe in answering
these questions this process can move forward instead of bogging down
in rather non-topical discussion as it has so far.


On 1/29/07, Per Gustafsson <> wrote:
> In conjunction with the Erlang User Conference 2006 there was a workshop
> concerning the future development of Erlang.
>
> In this workshop a decision was made to adopt the Python process for
> future Erlang development. Since nothing has happened since then I have
> taken it upon myself to edit PEP 1, the python extension proposal which
> describes how the python process works. This should be viewed as a draft
> so please feel free to suggest changes. There are also a lot of decision
> that needs to be made and issues that need to be solved. I'll list some
> of them below.
>
> 1. We need to have some EEP editors
> 2. We need an e-mail address for the EEP editors, I have suggested
> 
> 3. We need tools to generate html from EEPs. I have altered some of the
>   python tools to acheive this, but the resulting script is very brittle
>   and probably won't work for most EEPs
> 4. We need a subversion repository to keep track of the EEPs
>
> The draft for EEP 1 can be found at:
>
> http://user.it.uu.se/~pergu/eep/eep-0001.html
>
> Per Gustafsson
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