[Catalyst] RFC: The paradox of choice in web development
jayk at ion0.com
Mon Feb 16 15:43:19 GMT 2009
I wanted to add that Denny de la Haye has put up perlisalive.com. He
is looking for some success stories to cover. It'd be great if
anyone who has some success stories / perl liveliness to share could
submit them there.
On Feb 16, 2009, at 2:32 AM, Cosimo Streppone wrote:
> In data 15 februar 2009 alle ore 15:05:33, Octavian Râsnita <orasnita at gmail.com
> > ha scritto:
>> From: "David Wright" <dave-catalyst at dexy.org>
>>>> I can't say much because of confidentiality, but from the
>>>> Catalyst survey late last year, I can say that there are some
>>>> pretty high profile places using Catalyst around about. It's
>>>> public knowledge that two of the biggest streaming media websites
>>>> in the world use Catalyst.
>>> Aye, that it is: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcinternet/2008/12/iplayer_day_performance_tricks.html
>> I think it could be good to have a link to a "Success stories" page
>> in the main page of catalystframework.org that also show it.
> We're not BBC of course, but I took some time
> to add the My Opera community site (developed by our team
> in Opera Software) to appliedstacks.com.
> I never heard of this site before, but since it's mentioned
> here I assume it's somewhat "trusted".
> We use Catalyst not for the main backend stuff, but for
> the administration tools. We used it as a "pilot project".
> If you want to mention it, you're welcome to do so.
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