[erlang-questions] Looking for Large Distributed Open Source Erlang OTP Project

Jan Vincent <>
Thu Nov 19 00:00:12 CET 2009


As much as I respect very well the projects you've mentioned, they don't really follow the entirety of the OTP practices. They don't use OTP applications and releases.

Thanks,

Jan Vincent Liwanag




On Nov 19, 2009, at 6:46 AM, Shelby Ramsey wrote:

> You might want to take a look at ejabberd, couchdb, or even yaxe (a SIP server).
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> SDR
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> Jan Vincent wrote:
>> Hi guys,
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>> I was wondering if there are any good large distributed open source Erlang application following OTP principles (with Applications and Releases, hot code upgrading, etc) that can be used a learning reference. I am looking for a whole system - not just one component (say, just the database part, etc). Most tutorials go on tackling small systems and don't really talk about making projects that take advantage of the whole OTP principles.
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>> Thanks,
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>> Jan Vincent Liwanag
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