[erlang-questions] Any tiddlywiki/tiddlespace fans out there?

Tim Watson <>
Sat Jun 18 14:00:57 CEST 2011


Tiddlywiki is pretty cool. I know some of the Osmosoft guys from work
(they're part of BT) so I'll ask about this on the internal developers
mailing list and let you know what they say.

Cheers,

Tim

On 18 June 2011 12:57, Joe Armstrong <> wrote:
>
> I've been playing with shared tiddlers at tiddlyspace.com. It's brilliant.
> Try playing with it for a few hours - it's great stuff.
>
> I started a shared space at espace.tiddlyspace.com - If you want
> volunteer for a project I have in mind take a look there
>
> Shared tiddlyspaces provide an amazing way to organize data and
> collaborate.
>
> A tiddly space feels like a smalltalk image - but the way this is
> done feels much more "web friendly" than smalltalk.
>
> Now I want to make a tiddlyspace backend server in Erlang.
>
>
> This (shared tiddlyspaces) seems to be crying out for a
> highly scalable Key-Value backend store.
>
> Has anybody implemented the tiddlywiki REST protocol in Erlang?
>
> I would also be interested in collaborating with anybody who has first
> hand knowledge of hacking the tiddlywiki front-ends.
>
> The front-end and back-ends are cleanly separated by a REST interface
> which allows a very clean separation of interests.
>
> Javascript in the frontend <=> Erlang in the backend
>
> Cheers
>
> /Joe
>
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