[Haskell-cafe] Papers from the 2005 Haskell Workshop (Tallinn)?

Neil Mitchell ndmitchell at gmail.com
Thu Oct 6 04:26:53 EDT 2005

It was a demonstration, not a paper. The half page thing is all there
is. There were however slides that went with the presentation which
you might be able to get off the author. I think its also being
released open source, so you could even put your home directory on it


On 10/6/05, Peter Scott <sketerpot at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/5/05, Dimitry Golubovsky <dimitry at golubovsky.org> wrote:
> > In particular, I would like to read the paper on "halfs" (haskell
> > filesystem). Googling for <halfs haskell filesystem> gave nothing but
> > the Workshop's schedule and ACM Library TOC.
> The paper on the ACM web site is only half a page long. It doesn't
> really explain anything other than the fact that they managed to make
> a decent filesystem using Haskell, and that Haskell's purely
> functional semantics and good type system really helped with
> reliability.
> -Peter
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