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Re: Community service

From: Nala Ginrut
Subject: Re: Community service
Date: Fri, 4 May 2012 16:40:00 +0800

Hi there!
I believe this is meaningful for my Ragnarok project. Though it's a
multi-protocols generic server, it contains HTTP, and provides
Guile-template naturally.
If I released a stable version someday (maybe few months later), I'll
start a new project of web-framework just like Guile-on-Rails or
something alike. Which may based on Ragnarok as an inner server.
At that time your site may provide more interesting things for Guilers.

Well, but the only bad thing is, I don't know how long I'll spend on
implementing them...
I pray to finish that as soon as possible in case I've done it and you
down it...

On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 5:49 PM,  <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi,
> those amongst you who might have looked for a webhost supporting
> scheme might have stumbled upon before and saw the
> This has now changed to "Tentatively beta".
> Scheme is, of course, a fine language for just about anything, but
> it's not as popular as it could be in some fields like web scripting.
> Maybe this is mainly because setting it up isn't really trivial, and
> documentation and tutorials are scarce and take some effort
> to get working.
> You might find it useful if you're a website programmer who'd like
> to try something different from the inescapable php. Or if you're
> a scheme hacker who'd like to put up a simple website for one thing
> or another without fussing about too much.
> I'm sure it's still far from perfect, so please don't rely on it for any
> projects that are critical to you. But it might be useful and convenient
> to some who were already looking for something like it, and are
> familiar with the concepts.
> Amongst the things it has to offer are:
> *cgi guile
> *editing/uploading over webdavs
> *mysql
> *the guile-web module
> For any questions or comments feel free to mail me directly, or if they
> are of general interest, onlist. But please note it's not a commercial
> project, so please adjust expectations accordingly. It's just something
> I found practical and extended it a little so it might be practical for
> others too.
>        friendly,
>        Andreas

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