[Haskell-cafe] What ever happened to Haskell 98 as a "stablebranch"?

Andrzej Jaworski himself at poczta.nom.pl
Mon Mar 26 09:02:02 EDT 2007

>Haskell is rather a Darwinian sort of place.

With whole respect. You need two components for evolution to work: the
survival of the fitness and Generator Of Diversity (GOD).

Now, Haskell attracts originality and easily accommodates changes but nobody
burns tires in testing anything so that complexity and learning curve grow
while deficiencies remain dormant.

Recent threads are a kind of healthy evolutionary pressure (survival of the
fitness), but you insist that Haskell should be committed to GOD;-)

With great respect,

More information about the Haskell-Cafe mailing list