[erlang-questions] The meaning of OTP...

Francesco Cesarini <>
Fri Jul 20 15:57:49 CEST 2007


Hi,

I agree, but think it is just as confusing as having Telecom in there... 
What is in bold and we have not changed, however, is OTP. We will change 
it back when this debate comes to an end. As mentioned, I want to 
summarize all the comments as soon as I have a second over.

Francesco

PS. The Dr. Dobbs article is generating about 200 unique users a day, 
bringing the average number of unique users to the site to about 500. 
Thanks to the reddit effect on all the new articles, tutorials, how tos, 
we've had a constant influx of 400 - 500 users a day, 50% of which are 
returning ones.

Niclas Eklund wrote:
> Hello!
>
> Since, for example, the article in Dr.Dobbs, posted by Tobbe, refers to
> www.erlang.org and www.trapexit.org, it might attract new people
> (http://ddj.com/dept/opensource/201001928?cid=RSSfeed_DDJ_OpenSource) and
> they might not read that thread. But they will for sure read what's on the
> start page:
>
>  "What is Erlang and OTP?
>
>  Erlang is a programming language and a runtime system with strong
>  built-in support for concurrency, distribution and fault tolerance.
>  Originally developed at Ericsson, Erlang was released as open source in
>  1998.
>
>  The Open Transaction Platform (OTP) is set of Erlang libraries and design
>  principles providing middle-ware to develop distributed, fault tolerant,
>  massively concurrent soft real-time systems."
>
> IMHO, that might be confusing.
>
> /Niclas
>
>
>
> On Fri, 20 Jul 2007, Francesco Cesarini wrote:
>
>   
>> Eric Merritt wrote:
>>     
>>> Regardless of what is decided on the name, Trap Exit shouldn't go off
>>> in it's own tangent.
>>>       
>> *We haven't*. It clearly states in the first forum post that we did it 
>> to provoke a reaction and see what the Erlang community thinks, and that 
>> any ultimate decision is not ours, not the community, but Ericsson's. 
>> This reaction has now occurred. I will put together the feedback later 
>> today.
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Francesco
>>
>> PS. Love some of the suggestions :-)
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