[erlang-questions] PosegreSQL driver

Francesco Cesarini <>
Thu Mar 14 15:57:06 CET 2013


A very toned down version of Erlang Central (erlangcentral.org) will be launched on Monday. A hackage style repo is on the road map, but probably not until June or July. We are happy over all the help we can get.

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Wes James <> wrote:

>trapexit.org has this, I noticed:
>
>Hi there!
>
>
>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
>it.
>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!
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>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?
>
>wes
>
>
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>On Mon, Mar 11, 2013 at 2:02 PM, Tristan Sloughter <
>> wrote:
>
>> 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
>> search.
>>
>> Tristan
>>
>> 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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