Bored? Want that Haskell fix? check out http://del.icio.us/tag/haskell

Submitted by shapr on Wed, 03/02/2005 - 7:40am.

Advice from an input addict, check out http://del.icio.us/tag/haskell to get that Haskell fix.
Or see this addict's infrequently updated del.icio.us feed.

New Site Name (and URL fragment)

Submitted by jgoerzen on Tue, 03/01/2005 - 7:00am.
The Haskell Sequence (sequence)
53% (10 votes)
The Haskell Thunk (thunk)
0% (0 votes)
The Haskell Continuation (continuation)
5% (1 vote)
The Haskell Sequents (sequents)
0% (0 votes)
The Haskell SideEffect (sideeffect)
11% (2 votes)
\Haskell (backslash)
5% (1 vote)
\Haskell (lambda)
11% (2 votes)
\. (backslashdot)
16% (3 votes)
Total votes: 19

LicensedPreludeExts - Prelude Extensions from the community.

Submitted by shapr on Thu, 02/24/2005 - 7:28am.

The LicensedPreludeExts on the Haskell Wiki started with Koen Claessan's permutations function being requested too many times on the #haskell irc channel. I wondered what other bits of code people were missing from the Prelude and asked for contributions.

Suggestion Box

Submitted by jgoerzen on Tue, 02/22/2005 - 5:09am.

If you have a suggestion to make, such as:

  • New RSS feeds to add
  • New categories
  • New feeds
  • Anything else...

Please e-mail me at jgoerzen @ complete . org.

If you are wanting to submit a story, please use the create content link on the left instead. See the about page for more tips on submitting a story.

Name This Site

Submitted by jgoerzen on Mon, 02/21/2005 - 7:40am.

I don't like the name "Haskell Sequence". I think we could have a nice site naming contest here. Put your suggestions in comments to this post, and we'll set up a poll with the ones that are the most popular.

About This Site

Submitted by jgoerzen on Mon, 02/21/2005 - 7:11am.

About This Site
This is a place where you can read about, comment upon, and discuss things going on in the Haskell community. It is designed to be managed by the community, too.

To read, just browse around. To participate in most features of the site, you'll need to create a new account.

Once logged in, you can submit stories or items by using the create content button in the menu at the left. You have several options. Stories are submissions for the front page. They tend to be links to news, thoughtful essays, etc. Stories are reviewed by the community before being posted.