[plt-scheme] Homepages in Scheme

From: Gordon Weakliem (gweakliem at oddpost.com)
Date: Wed Mar 10 16:47:39 EST 2004

I agree with this, I've just hacked out the functionality that I need and abstraction is an afterthought.  Paulo, you might want to take  a look at the MoshiMoshi wiki implementation that's part of the Schematics project (http://schematics.sf.net), that runs as a servelet and might provide some ideas for you. 
Gordon Weakliem 
-----Original Message from Matthias Felleisen <matthias at ccs.neu.edu>----- 
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Yannis, the problem is that most of us develop our own auxiliaries to 
the point where things work well -- for us. I am guilty of this. I 
maintain two separate web trees (my home page, and my wife's 
uniquelylara.com). Take a look at the similarities and weep: I didn't 
even attempt to abstract out code. What's missing? 

  (1) Each such project needs a leader. 
  (2) We need an infrastructure for describing, depositing, and 
automatically downloading modules. That's forthcoming (planet). But (1) 
is lost out there. If you take on the leadership, I bet you can get a 
whole lot of code from people that does things for you. 

-- Matthias 

On Mar 10, 2004, at 8:33 AM, Paulo Jorge de Oliveira Cantante de Matos 

>   For list-related administrative tasks: 
>   http://list.cs.brown.edu/mailman/listinfo/plt-scheme 
> But would that allow me to create DrScheme servlets? 
> What I want is to know if there are any DrScheme tools to help to 
> create 
> webpages (static or dynamic). Maybe some set of macros for common 
> patterns or webpage designs, etc. 
> Best regards, 
> Paulo Matos 
> On Tue, 2004-03-09 at 22:55, Yannis.BRES at cma.inria.fr wrote: 
>>   For list-related administrative tasks: 
>>   http://list.cs.brown.edu/mailman/listinfo/plt-scheme 
>>> I'm about to develop an homepage in DrScheme, however, I'd 
>>> like to start simple with just some simple servlets and static 
>>> pages and then go to something more complex. However, I'd like 
>>> first to know if there is any tool that could help me out on 
>>> developing webpages in drscheme. 
>>      You should give a try to Skribe : 
>> http://www-sop.inria.fr/mimosa/fp/Skribe. 
>>           Yannis 
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