July 10, 2001
dLoo releases peer-to-peer programming language
Author: JT Smith
Nile Geisinger writes "Today, dLoo released the complete architecture of an extensible peer-to-peer programming language. Unlike traditional languages, this language is defined on the Internet. Its syntax and semantics can be extended by posting additional pieces of the language. As developers add to the language it scales in richness and functionality. Programs run in a software browser called BlueBox which dynamically downloads and assembles the parts of the language as needed. For more information and access to the source visit http://www.dloo.org. BlueBox is a community driven project released under the GPL."