Hello @kenny, I just saw that this website has comments too, I didn't see your comments. Yes I'm 'kataras' and I made a single account to represent the Iris web framework, because the users of Iris asked me to do so.
This name exists here and on reddit(I didn't like and I don't like reddit but I can't ignore the community which asked me to answer on some comments there too).
On your question, iris and all relative packages which I spend time to think and write are used by many web applications and companies (a US television company already uses it) I don't have a list of active websites running Iris but I'm willing to open an issue on github and asking the users to paste their websites or create a telemetry library in order to record these things (optionally). I maintain some websites but as you could see, the last months I don't have time to create my own websites because of Iris (I left from my job to work on Iris only too)
Nice to meet you, are you the mod of this news webpage? If you have any suggestions to do please comment again ( I will check for them from now and on).
Yes, I'm the mod here. Submissions are welcome and it's fine to post your own stuff, but please do take a look at the contribution guidelines when posting. I'd like to see substantial content here so posts that will genuinely interest most poeople - I like to keep it positive, but if posts are very minor point releases or too frequent on the same topic they may be downvoted.
It can be a tough crowd on reddit, I think they're just really suspicious of self-promotion. Personally my advice if you want Iris to be a success now you have made it is to focus entirely on building great things with it rather than promotion - it's far more persuasive to see things that someone has built with a framework, and it's also far better for libraries to be improved for real apps or it becomes entirely theoretical. See for example the usage of buffalo for the gophercon site. Best of luck with Iris though, and please do try to keep posts on that under this iris-go account and save them up for special occasions where you have a substantial release to show off. I'd expect to see no more than 1 link per week about Iris, and also try to find some other interesting Go stories to post if you have the time.
@kenny I'm 'kataras', what I did again and you blocked the iris-go account?... I agree with you, I post Iris only when I see post of other framework, which I saw the before week too, so the problem is not me :P I was disappointed about the mod here because I saw dublicated posts of other packages but when I posted Iris you removed it in the same time you left other online. For example, the iris-go account has been banned again.. why?
Please note me when iris-go account will be available again, (and remove this account).
I think iris is already a success but I want to keep it that way, I don't like promotions as you see, you will not found any post I did create for Iris on the internet, other people do it and I want to keep that way, I only post here because this was the site who gave iris so many users and critism and helped me to make it better
Hello, not blocked, sorry you were on 1 point and someone downvoted that latest story you posted so you ended up on 0 points - that's sort of in limbo and you can read but not post in that case. I should probably look at starting people on 3 points or something and have some mechanism to contact me to ask about it. Anyway I've upvoted you a few times on comments so that shouldn't happen again. Please don't post dupes though... I'm aiming for no dupes if possible and would like a good mix of stories.
Thanks for the clarify, I couldn't post anything on other article which I wanted too, I think you should remove this 'feature'. There are people who trying to modify the news. For example I know a guy (who is a part of other framework and take these things so competitive) who uses bots to prevent me from posting things about Iris, last time I checked this is called bullying...and I believe that the Go community (which is small) should be together and not splitted...
@iris-go, happy to see you took my advice and are posting under an identifiable account. Can I just ask what you're using this for? I think it would be interesting to see concrete apps solving a real problem you had, for example a forum, blog, spa or other web app. Are you actively using it (as opposed to developing it)?