[erlang-questions] trapexit.org

Ingo Jaeckel <>
Mon Apr 16 20:52:23 CEST 2012

I agree. Remember when tidier was down for weeks back in February? At
the end of the day things like this slow down the adoption of Erlang.


On Mon, Apr 16, 2012 at 1:27 PM, Miles Fidelman
<> wrote:
> Francesco Cesarini wrote:
>> Trapexit should be back up. We hope to launch a new site in the upcoming
>> months, migrating all of the contents to it. Unfortunately, the machines
>> keep on running out of disk space, and migrating it to more powerful
>> hardware does not make sense as we are planing on shutting it down. Please
>> bear with us while we juggle both projects. I am sure you'll like what we
>> are building.
> Still... as a key site for a run-time environment that's all about non-stop
> operation, hot updates, .... probably doesn't send a good message when a key
> (and much valued/appreciated) support site is down for an extended time. :-(
> Keep up the good work.
> Miles Fidelman
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