[erlang-questions] OFF-TOPIC: Anyone knows if trapexit.org site is down ?
Fri Oct 29 17:30:04 CEST 2010
Henrik and Henry from our Uppsala Office are running the last year
project term with the computer science department at Uppsala University.
Eight final year students are creating a flexible and scalable framework
using RabbitMQ, CouchDB, Nitrogen and the Erlang web. The goal of the
project is for the students to learn how to gather requirements, and
manage a project, pick the tools, etc... not migrate the whole website.
We hope the effort will be a step in the right direction. Our initial
thoughts are to break up trapexit into smaller and more manageable sites
(similar to tryerlang.org), releasing everything as open source, and
using trapexit.org as a portal aggregating information form the various
sites. The first sprint ends today. We'll let you know if there is
anything to report.
On 29/10/2010 12:59, Jesper Louis Andersen wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 5:56 AM, Michael Truog<mjtruog@REDACTED> wrote:
>> Has there been effort to host trapexit running with an Erlang
>> framework? possibly with PHP integration?
> I think, and may be wrong, that trapexit predates the numerous Erlang
> frameworks popping up lately. My guess is that time resources and
> constraints are what is keeping the site back from being moved to an
> Erlang-based installation. Redoing years of work is always hard. Some
> adventurous soul could try to give one of the Erlang Web servers PHP
> support however.
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