[erlang-questions] PosegreSQL driver
Thu Mar 14 15:43:22 CET 2013
trapexit.org has this, I noticed:
As you can see our forums are not available anymore. They're in a read only
mode which makes you able to access the content, but not to edit or add to
Sorry for the inconvenience.
But don't worry, we're working on a new Erlang community site, which is
weeks if not days away from official launching!
Maybe trapexit would be a good place to do this, but this will take effort
from every one to keep it up to date.
Anyone have an idea when the new site will be ready?
On Mon, Mar 11, 2013 at 2:02 PM, Tristan Sloughter <
> That is why I sent my original email. There are some patches that forks
> have done are design/feature decisions that can't necessarily be merged
> together, but a lot can.
> I didn't want to simply make tsloughter/epgsql and merge them together
> without reaching out to those with the forks since then it would just end
> up being another fork from wg/egpsql like all the rest.
> Not sure how to move forward with this. Though I'm trying out semiocast's
> client now as well.
> I think it also shows an issue that I was talking about in #erlounge
> yesterday. It would be great to have a page on erlang.org that breaks
> apps into categories (json parser, http client, postgres/mysql drivers,
> ...) and links to their source on github. But apps that are known to work
> and be still in use, not just anything that shows up in a google or github
> On Thu, Mar 7, 2013 at 10:00 AM, Max Lapshin <>wrote:
>> What should I do this weekend? Take a beer, write postgresql erlang
>> driver or just write my own nosql database?
>> It is really interesting: why are there so many forks? Is it possible to
>> consolidate all efforts? Maybe it is impossible at all because different
>> drivers implement different approaches of querying async database from
>> async erlang?
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