[zeromq-dev] Job Ad: 0MQ oriented OSS S/W dev volunteer
ph at imatix.com
Fri Jan 27 15:17:17 CET 2012
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On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 3:19 AM, john skaller
<skaller at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
> Lets see how the job ad goes:
> * Volunteer, OSS project, no pay :)
> * Knowledge of 0MQ and C++ required
> * Willing to learn Felix
> * Knowledge of Erlang may be useful
> * Manage Felix 0MQ binding
> * Lift binding into Async I/O system to obtain non-blocking behaviour
> * Complete Guide examples
> * Develop network deployment application
> Network Deployment System
> This system will be developed in phases. The first phase
> is responsible for running and checking the Guide examples.
> The system will monitor output and check for correctness,
> check termination conditions, kill servers when they're
> not needed, and timeout rogue programs.
> The app will basically be a support tool, a library, and a configuration
> program written in a DSSL (Domain Specific Sublanguage) of Felix.
> It's basically a strongly typed shell, and will probably have features
> similar to Erlang (since that's what Erlang is designed for :)
> The result should be able to run all the examples (i.e. not just ones
> written in Felix). This may help ensure the Guide examples in all
> languages actually work.
> Down the track it should do remote deployment (using 0MQ of course).
> john skaller
> skaller at users.sourceforge.net
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