stevej at pobox.com
Tue Aug 7 03:42:31 BST 2007
Nice to meet the both of you.
I just added myself to the rabbitmq-discuss list. I've CC'd this
discussion there (and removed all the original CC email addresses) so
we can keep it flying!
On 8/6/07, Matthias Radestock <matthias at lshift.net> wrote:
> pleased to meet you.
> "Alexis Richardson" <alexis.richardson at cohesiveft.com> writes:
> > Steve - great to meet you. I am on vacation till next Monday but
> > please can I point you at Matthias Radestock who is also a RabbitMQ
> > guy, and CTO of our partner LShift. Matthias has looked at Scala too.
> I also spent a few years working on/with an actor-based language.
> > On 8/3/07, David Pollak <dpp at athena.com> wrote:
> >> Maybe Steve could do some work to make RabbitMQ the transport layer for
> >> Scala Remote Actors.
> One could create an AMQP exchange and queue for every remoting-enabled
> actor. The combination of amqp broker + exchange name is the actor's
> address. The queue is the mailbox. Permanent addresses, e.g. for
> services, can be supported by creating additional appropriately named
> exchanges and binding existing queues to them.
> Initially one would tie the lifetime of the exchanges + queues to the
> lifetime of the actors, but more sophisticated models, e.g. taking
> advantage of AMQP's durable structures and persistent messages, are
> Steve, are you subscribed to the rabbitmq-discuss list? If not, you can
> sign up at
> It would be good to continue this conversation over there so that others
> can chime in.
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