Last copies of Joe Armstrong's thesis

Torben Hoffmann torben.lehoff@REDACTED
Sun Nov 29 08:02:44 CET 2020

That's a very good idea. I have read it nnd would like a physical copy of


On Sun, 29 Nov 2020 at 07:56, Reza Nikoopour <keepitreza@REDACTED> wrote:

> Is this available online as well?
> If not Will there be anyway to turn this into a published copy that could
> be purchased?
> On Sat, Nov 28, 2020 at 11:52 Richard Carlsson <carlsson.richard@REDACTED>
> wrote:
>> Thank you everyone! That went quick! I've already had more replies than
>> there are books.
>>         /Richard
>> Den lör 28 nov. 2020 kl 19:55 skrev Richard Carlsson <
>> carlsson.richard@REDACTED>:
>>> Hello, all Erlangers!
>>> I've got a dozen original copies of Joe Armstrong's PhD thesis books,
>>> "Making reliable distributed systems in the presence of software errors"
>>> (2003), the last of his personal stash when he passed away.  They were
>>> handed to me by his wife Helen to distribute in a suitable way, and we
>>> decided to offer them to the members of the Erlang community, for a
>>> symbolic sum.  These are paperback books, unread, about 280 pages in
>>> length, weighing just over 500 grams.
>>> The books are available on a first-come-first-served basis, for a basic
>>> price of $25 plus postage from Sweden, which should amount to between $10
>>> and $30 depending on your country. Just reply to this mail if you want one.
>>> Please keep in mind that I have no idea how many people will respond to
>>> this, and that only 12 copies are available. I will post again when they
>>> are all gone.
>>> The proceeds will be donated to the Sonic Pi project that Joe was a
>>> contributor to. Note that for practical reasons I can only accept PayPal
>>> for payments from outside Sweden.
>>>         /Richard
>>> --
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