I have a confession to make, I have been spoiled by Planet Clojure by Baishampayan Ghose when starting to learn Clojure, I immediately started looking for the planet feed for Erlang.
In the last 2 years, I managed to find a site of an old planet feed for Erlang, but it never was available, and after some asking around, I never got any status on if it was still viable. After that, I realized that it was going to be up to me to put together a planet feed for Erlang since I was looking for one.
So with that said, I am happy to announce a new Planet Feed for all things Erlang – www.planeterlang.com. While the site doesn’t look pretty at this point, it is live and updating, and will be getting a nicer look to it soon, but my goal was to get it live first.
I would love for this feed to be a place where people both new and old to the Erlang community can subscribe to to find out what is going on across the whole Erlang ecosystem, from Erlang and OTP, to the virtual machines, to languages on the VM such as Elixir, Lisp Flavored Erlang, and Prolog.
In order for that dream to be realized though, I need your help to find sites where people are talking about what they are doing with Erlang, so we can get them added to the feed.
If you have a site, or know someone who does, please submit a pull request to the project with their name and site feed.
Also large thanks to Baishampayan Ghose for his support by giving advice of what he does for Planet Clojure.
Thank you in advance for you help, and spreading the word,