[erlang-questions] Misultin EOL

Tim Watson watson.timothy@REDACTED
Fri Feb 17 23:12:53 CET 2012

On 17 February 2012 02:09, Steve Davis <steven.charles.davis@REDACTED>wrote:

> Hi Roberto,
> I'm a bit confused by this whole thread...
> I'm agreeing with Jesse that since Misultin is open source, it's not
> really in your control to "stop development" if the interest is there
> elsewhere to push it on?
> I'm also agreeing with Steve that I've not seen any demonstration that
> yaws is somehow "lacking",
> For me, the last interesting benchmark that demonstrated anything
> graspably real was "yaws vs apache".
> A really interesting benchmark for today's "web server" would be, if
> someone were willing to engage in a non-trivial effort, to make a
> comparison of a full-fledged web application with full session
> management and routing capabilities. Note that this would truly test
> the appropriateness of the server's http APIs as well as the base
> response. That kind of benchmark, for me, would seem more appropriate
> and useful according to the epoch.

I've been suggesting this for some time now. I will make some time
(somehow) to participate and I'm sure others will too.

> Best regards,
> /s
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