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Current setup I have at home.
Getting mnesia running is a bit tricky. I had to start a
node running on army an then run the script from purple.
A few times.
It eventually put everything in the right state, but I'm sure
it's fragile. I doubt I even want disc copies.
Don't shut down mnesia with the dist app.
Remove beanstalk client.
I'm the only one who needs alerts.
Localhost for email.
Got rid of twitter and xmpp stuff.
Another erlang upgrade.
Unused variable fix.
Slightly more flexible application starting.
Syntax fix -- should confirm it compiles before I ship it.
Use application:start to start mnesia.
Start sasl app.
Fix temp listener event supervisor setup.
Exec erl from the start file.
Run lemp serv in a supervisor.
Converted env_alert to a gen_server.
Added *~ to .gitignore.
Add env_alert_mailer to the supervisor.
Require mnesia as an application.
Properly declare gen_event for lemp handler.
Stop monitoring purple.
Updated kernel and stdlib versions for rel.
Fix some deprecated guards.
Let it get colder around here.
New beanstalk-xmpp stuff dispatches on its own.
Refactored beanstalk use.
Generic XMPP notification (via a beanstalk processor).
Must flatten the io lists.
Proper response checks.
Send messages to a beanstalk queue.