[erlang-questions] What websites/webapps use Erlang?
Sat Dec 20 22:19:01 CET 2008
Thanks for putting the list together, Daniel.
On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 05:47:01PM -0800, Daniel Cer wrote:
> >> Does anyone here have an Erlang powered website or webapp? If you do,
> >> would you mind sharing the URL and what other support components
> >> you're using (e.g, ErlyWeb, Erlang-Web, MochiWeb, Mnesia, etc.)?
> > Thanks. The responses so far have been great.
> > Any other sites that could be listed? It doesn't have to be anything big, small personal projects are just fine.
> > Also, would anybody mind if I listed their name with their site? This would just be your name (e.g., 'Michael McDaniel'), and not your e-mail address.
> Sorry, for the delay. I went ahead and entered all of the submitted
> sites except dementiewijzer.nl since it's been taken offline.
> You can see the complete list at:
> Hopefully, I haven't done injustice to anybody's site. If I have, you
> can edit the entries by clicking on them and then pressing the edit
> button. Or, just e-mail me, and I'll make the changes.
> The main wiki is very structured. But, just in case you have anything
> else you want to add and that doesn't fit in the provided fields, each
> entry also has an unstructured 'Resource Notebook' page associated
> with it backed by MediaWiki. Just look for the text/link, "See also
> the resource notebook entry for Site_Name_(website)".
> Let me know, if you have any suggestions or feature requests. Even
> though the site is just being run as a hobby, I would really like to
> make it a useful and valuable a resource for the community.
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