On 22/2 Slamet Hendri announced the 1st version of a Content Management System written in Go. Check it out at:
The company ngmoco, and in particular Dave Grijalva and Scott White, have built a new framework for building HTTP-servers by composing handlers into pipelines, inspired by Ruby Rack and nginx. Also tools for logging and performance measuring are built in.
Chris Lu announces WeedFS:
I am excited to announce a new Go project: Weed File System.
Weed-FS is a simple and highly scalable distributed file system to store and retrieve billions of files.
Weed-FS does not support full POSIX file system semantics, but is a key~file mapping. Similar to the word "NoSQL", you can call it as "NoFS".
Weed-FS models after Facebook's Haystack design paper, but simplified.
It runs on common file system, mostly reads with O(1) disk operation.
The volumes on the storage node behaves like a tar file, but readable and writable.
This is for files that are not changed often, for example, pictures, video, audio, etc. And since weedfs has only O(1) disk operation, it's ideal for online websites for quick and concurrent accesses.
Weed-FS is at version 0.1, but usable now. Welcome to use it, report bugs, feature requests, or contribute code directly!