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

Philip Rhoades <>
Tue Mar 4 18:08:50 CET 2014


People,

 From some of the responses I have been getting it is clear that my 
comment about an "Executive Function Supervisor" is misleading:  the 
"supervisor" I am envisaging is not an AGI in some way and is not doing 
the actual work - it would be more like the "traffic cop" directing the 
work to the appropriate place - the first thing is being able to direct 
lots of incoming text messages to Java servers and sending outgoing 
messages back to the Web Front End (stuff that Erlang should be good 
at).  I also thought it might be able to manage the automatic creation 
and removal of virtual Java servers -  it would be a load manager in 
that sense - starting other background (intelligent parsing of large 
amounts of text data etc) processes when load was low etc.  I will 
update the doc so it is a bit clearer.

Regards,

Phil.


On 2014-03-03 03:49, Philip Rhoades wrote:
> 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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