[Catalyst] Wiki down
pierrick.dintrat at gmail.com
Wed Mar 7 17:20:38 GMT 2012
Sorry for previous cut message
MojoMojo is not a broken software !
Its problably the most finished open source software made with catalyst (
thanks to Marcus Ramberg ).
None of my mojomojo install have memory leaks ( ~10 wiki )
I use it since a lot time on differents website as a wiki or a cms.
It could be easy use it for the front catalyst site with your design.
If more people (including me) make their final app open-source and let
community get involved the marketing of catalyst and perl could be easier.
Le 7 mars 2012 18:05, pierrick dintrat <pierrick.dintrat at gmail.com> a =E9cr=
> Le 7 mars 2012 11:35, Tobias Kremer <tobias.kremer at gmail.com> a =E9crit :
> On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 8:51 AM, Dimitar Petrov <mitakaa at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > I've asked yesterday at #catalyst and it seems to be unmodified mojomo=
>> > installation. The reason it's 503ing sometimes is probably memory leak.
>> > can ask there to get more information.
>> Thanks Dimitar, but I'm certainly not going to fix memory leaks in an
>> IMHO broken wiki software which compared to other alternatives never
>> really worked that well in the first place (and I've done my fair
>> share of edits in it). No offense to the creators/maintainers.
>> Unfortunately, migrating to a more widely used software (which just
>> works) is probably unwanted (because it probably isn't written in
>> Perl) and non-trivial.
>> And before everyone starts shouting "well volunteered" because I'm
>> obviously just ranting and not doing anything to change the situation,
>> here's one I prepared earlier (couple of years ago TBH) which
>> unfortunately never saw the light of day:
>> Sorry for getting all emotional, but I'm somewhat frustrated that the
>> leading Perl MVC framework still has that same old pathetic and often
>> broken website. Is this something somebody is already working on?
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