[Haskell-cafe] Planning for a website

Tim Wawrzynczak inforichland at gmail.com
Tue Aug 18 14:36:40 EDT 2009

I'd also give a read to this website:
Interesting read about a guy who actually used Haskell to create his website
from the ground up.

On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 9:56 AM, Colin Paul Adams
<colin at colina.demon.co.uk>wrote:

> >>>>> "Jake" == Jake McArthur <jake.mcarthur at gmail.com> writes:
>    Jake> Colin Paul Adams wrote:
>    >> One problem will be to get GHC ported to DragonFly BSD, but
>    >> that can wait until I have a test version of the site working
>    >> on Linux.
>     Jake> I would love to see this. It's the biggest thing blocking me
>    Jake> from trying Dragonfly more seriously.
> Well it will happen, as I have to use DragonFly, as my website is all
> about dragonflies :-)
> Someone has already got it working sufficiently to compile xmonad, so
> it should just be a matter of digging around the low-level issues.
>    Jake> You should look into HSP. It also provides those guarantees,
>    Jake> is maintained, and provides a nice template-style syntax
>    Jake> which you can use inline with your Haskell code.
>    Jake> Also check out the Formlets library.
>    >> HappStack is obviously currently maintained, and since it seems
>    >> to have a blogging module in development, that is attractive.
>     Jake> I recommend this.
> Thanks.
> --
> Colin Adams
> Preston Lancashire
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