Announcing the new Erlang Forums

Justin Wood me@REDACTED
Tue Oct 26 20:41:03 CEST 2021

I believe this is actually an instance of discourse[0][1]. It is a Ruby 
application built under the GPLv2.

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On 2021-10-26 14:07, Lloyd R. Prentice wrote:
> Hello again,
> Kenneth, would be possible to publish the forum code on GitHub as an 
> application that others can customize to publish their own forums?  I 
> know of no such open source Erlang apps.
> Thanks,
> Sent from my iPad
>> On Oct 26, 2021, at 10:59 AM, Kenneth Lundin <kenneth@REDACTED> wrote:
>> **Hey everyone,
>> We are pleased to announce the launch of the brand new Erlang Forums 
>> (
>> We have been very impressed with how the Elixir Forum has been 
>> managed over the last five years and so we approached Aston to ask 
>> whether he would be interested in putting together something similar 
>> for Erlang. He agreed and we are now just going live.
>> We’d appreciate your support on the forum as we consider it an 
>> important part of Erlang’s future growth plans.
>> Although our other channels will remain open for now, for the 
>> foreseeable future the Erlang Core Team will be focusing their time 
>> on the forum and we’d love for you to join us. The forum offers 
>> something for everyone as it includes many mailing-list and chat type 
>> features, all presented with a modern UI and a fresh look and feel. 
>> We’re also pleased that Joe’s memory will be honoured on the forum by 
>> being the inspiration behind many of its goals, including the aim of 
>> being warm and friendly. Just like he was.
>> Thank you in advance for your support and we look forward to seeing 
>> you there!
>> The Erlang Core Team
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