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Re: [erlang] Re: Re: [softwaredev-120] [Erlang Users Of Arlington/DC] Ideas for hacking it up?

From: Jordan W.
Sent on: Friday, March 8, 2013 12:24 PM
It actually looks like I may no longer be able to make it to the meeting either, also, I haven't finalized the project I would like to do, so let's go ahead and hold off on the hackathon, until we can plan a bit better.

Colin, I suggest you go with plan B and show the recorded video.

On a side note, I am also working on setting up a few projects for Google Summer of Code for Erlang work. I will give the details soon.

On Fri, Mar 8, 2013 at 8:58 AM, Gordon Miller <[address removed]> wrote:
In spite of my really wanting to show up at the next Erlang DC and do some hacking I'm going to have to bail due to a business trip I have to go on.  This means that I won't be able to do anything with the network sensor stuff in erlang at the next meeting.  I'd still like to do it at one of the future meetings though, I think its a really interesting, cross-domain problem that has something in it for everyone.


On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 6:59 AM, Colin MacDonald <[address removed]> wrote:
Those both sound pretty cool (and might have some overlap?).

I think it will work best if you guys get the design/API part of that documented, so that at the meeting we can focus on implementing. Even better if you can send out something in advance. Sounds like the job for everyone else is to read up on gen_server and gen_udp. Anything else?

Neat!

- Colin

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On Fri, Mar 1, 2013 at 9:39 AM, Vijay Rao <[address removed]> wrote:
Like the ideas presented so far.  If the examples are stripped-down a bit (so that the domain-specific details are simplified), it would maximize benefits to the beginner-level people (such as me!) .

One idea that really intrigued me during the Erlang DC conf, was the riak-core . 

thanks.

VJ




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