[plt-scheme] Forum

From: Andrew Reilly (areilly at bigpond.net.au)
Date: Sat Dec 26 19:49:04 EST 2009

On Sat, 26 Dec 2009 14:32:00 -0800
Synx <plt at synx.us.to> wrote:

> So, anyone interested in that sort of thing? It's been eating /my/ brain
> for a while, if you can't tell. I don't have people to bounce ideas off
> of though, so my thoughts have been running in circles too much,
> delaying my ability to produce a reliable implementation. Is anyone
> working on something like that? No sorry, Frost sucks too.

Have you correlated your ideas against Google's "wave"?  You
don't need to agree with the shiny web-GUI front end (although it
*is* very shiny), but IMO there's an awful lot to like about the
message-passing back-end design.  Once you accept that you
probably want to run your own server instance, rather than
just connect to someone elses.  It bares quite a resemblance to
some of your description, above. (And (for slight relevance to the
list) I believe that the back-end message engine is written in
Erlang, so you could do the same sort of thing in



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