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

Antonio Regidor García a_regidor at yahoo.es
Thu Oct 13 08:57:16 EDT 2005

> > De: John Meacham
> On Wed, Oct 05, 2005 at 10:53:01PM +0200, Nils Anders Danielsson wrote:
> > Most authors do put their papers on their web pages nowadays.
> > 
> > On a side note, it is a little strange that the research community
> > does the research, writes and typesets the papers, and does most (?)
> > of the arrangements for the conferences, and still someone else gets
> > the copyright. University libraries have to pay lots of money for
> > access to publications. I may have missed some term in the equation,
> > though.
> knuth wrote an open letter on just this subject that was very
> interesting..
>  http://www-cs-faculty.stanford.edu/~knuth/joalet.pdf
> I wonder if it would be okay to make a meta-web page that points to
> each authors homepage where they have their papers for each person that
> presented at a conference.
> I certainly think we should somehow centralize an index to papers on
> haskell. I have found it extremely difficult to track down papers for
> authors that have since moved out of academia or have passed on and
> don't have their personal homepages with their papers anymore.
>         John

There are already some free repositories of papers:


But a "Haskell-only" repository will be interesting.

Antonio Regidor García

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