I've been hosting sequence.complete.org on my own server for awhile, but have found that I haven't had time to maintain it lately. I'm looking for someone else that might be willing/able to host and maintain it.
It's using Drupal on MySQL, though a fairly old version of Drupal at the moment.
One result of my lack of time is that there has been a problem with spam on the Sequence. I've had to disable new user account requests due to the hundreds of emails to bogus addresses this is generating (and a few to valid addresses that spammers use).
If you want an account, or would be interested in taking over the site, please send a note to me... jgoerzen on complete ,dot, org.
The Haskell Sequence has been upgraded from Drupal 4.6 to 5.1, which represents two major releases. Also, new account creation has been turned back on. If you notice any odd problems, please let us know.
In a recent irc discussion with one of the developers of the Glorious Glasgow Haskell Compiler, it was heard that the development version of GHC can now use multiple processors for the same program.
The first issue of the online Haskell e-zine, The Monad.Reader, has been posted.
Looks like good work to me. I think this will be a wonderful thing for the Haskell community.
K. Fritz Ruehr's Evolution of a Haskell Programmer is a humorous look at the mental development of the Haskell programmer.
Autrijus Tang seems to have caused some interest in the Perl community due to his rapid development of a working Perl6 compiler/interpreter written in Haskell. Quite a few Perl6 hackers have been hanging out in #haskell of late.
Pugs, at present, works by compiling the input to an AST and then interpreting (evaluating) that AST. Autrijus expects this to be expanded to a true compiler down the road, with possible outputs being Perl 6, Haskell code (which could lead to a Perl-to-C compiler), and Parrot.