[Haskell-cafe] Re: Bug#570284: O: washngo
marco-oweber at gmx.de
Thu Feb 25 04:27:49 EST 2010
Excerpts from Joachim Breitner's message of Thu Feb 25 10:15:08 +0100 2010:
> Am Mittwoch, den 17.02.2010, 15:35 -0600 schrieb John Goerzen:
> > I no longer use WASH, nor do I have time to maintain it anymore.
> > Orphaning it, and CCing debian-haskell in case someone there has
> > interest in it.
> we have two option: Taking it over by the Haskell Group, or dropping it
> from Debian. Therefore my question:
> Is anyone using Wash? Is it still useful, three years after the last
> change and with HAppS around?
It's a nice piece of code. I'm not using it either. But its ideas should
not be forgotten. What exactly is the problem with supporting it?
It's not using many extensions so compiling it should not make any
trouble, does it?
Maybe someone (I?) should write a .cabal file and add it to hackage.
Then everyone who is interested in it can install it using
I never want to miss having read some of its code.
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