[erlang-questions] Possibly looking for an Open Source Erlang developer . . or at least useful feedback . .

Philip Rhoades <>
Sun Mar 2 17:49:19 CET 2014


People,

I have been paying people for the last year or so to get my "Neural 
Archive Me!" project started:

   https://narch.me

Now that the site is basically going and there is something for people 
to look at - and be able to get an idea of what it is that I am actually 
on about - I think that it is time to accelerate the development by Open 
Sourcing the proposed new parts of the project - see here for a 
summarised view of what I am thinking:

   
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yf6W-7EnUy3Zgduc_A119lru7RRz-nVtqiCNaQn3vX0/pub

My feeling at the moment is that Erlang would be good for the "Executive 
Function Supervisor" (a human brain function analogy) because we 
ultimately want to make this project _very_ big and to be able to deal 
with lots of concurrency and to be able scale quickly and safely.

Even if there isn't anyone here who is in a position to get involved in 
the project in the traditional Open Source manner (ie no cash 
remuneration to begin with) I thought maybe the local gurus could offer 
some useful advice about the appropriateness or not of Erlang for what I 
had in mind . .

Regards,

Phil.
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Philip Rhoades

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