Just saw this. The site says Mongoose is very small, written in C, and can be used both standalone and as a library, to embed a web server in your applications. Seems potentially useful.
I had blogged about an IBM developerWorks article by Cameron Laird about lightweight web servers earlier, on this blog, IIRC.
The area interests me because it seems to have a lot of possibilities. And much earlier, I had blogged about web servers running on mobile phones, on my earlier blog, jugad's Journal - http://jugad.livejournal.com. The point of that is that it enables phones to act as web servers, not just as clients. That could open up a lot of new applications and spur innovation.
Wonder what would happen if Mongoose met Python?
Sorry, couldn't resist :-)
I actually meant it in a good sense, as in, if someone develops a Python binding for Mongoose, since it is a library. That could lead to a lot more usage of it.
- Vasudev Ram