May 21, 2004
bknr, maintained by Hans Huebner and Manuel Odendahl, is
- an object datastore
- a template system
- a web framework
- images, blogs, billboards
- rss feeds for blogs, images and image categories
- aggregated rss feeds, grouped by subject, for example lisp
Check out their del.icio.us clone, bknr development weblog and tamagotchi,
presumably all constructed with bknr.
The name bknr comes from Baikonur, the world's oldest and largest space launch facility, located in Kazakhstan. As the maintainers put it, “bknr is a software launch platform for LISP satellites.” [via Gavin and lispmeister.]
Posted by jjwiseman at May 21, 2004 11:53 AM
on bknr.net, main page blog link gets you this:
Type-error in KERNEL::OBJECT-NOT-TYPE-ERROR-HANDLER:
NIL is not of type (OR PATHNAME STREAM BASE-STRING)
i guess not all satellites fly.