Haskell Weekly News: November 15, 2005
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- York Haskell Compiler. Thomas Davie announced the York Haskell Compiler project, which already has working code. Quite a few people chimed in with questions.
Making Haskell more open. Simon Peyton-Jones began a long thread with some ideas about making Haskell more open to the wider community. The thread is too long to completely summarize here, and branched out in several directions, including a discussion of the haskell.org homepage.
Haskell users survey. John Hughes wrote about a web-based survey about Haskell. He is encouraging everyone with an interest in Haskell to participate.
Darcs 1.0.4 was released this week. There are quite a few performance improvements, a new posthook option, manifest feature, new "darcs put" command, more git support, and various bugfixes.
Quote of the Week
"Impossible things are delayed immediately. Miracles may take a little longer." -- Claus Reinke on haskell-cafe.
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