[Haskell-cafe] Haskellers.com profiles: advice requested
sergueyz at gmail.com
Wed Oct 6 05:49:43 EDT 2010
2010/10/6 Michael Snoyman <michael at snoyman.com>:
> Hi all,
> After finally getting OpenID 2 support worked out, I've now put up the
> Haskellers.com website. Not all features are implemented yet, but
> the basics are in.
Would it be possible to be able to login or consolidate two (or more)
For example, I would like to identify myself using GMail or Livejournal OpenID.
> For now, I collect email address (spam-protected, don't worry),
> website, number of years of Haskell experience, and a free-form
> description. I've also added a skills section, but have purposely not
> added many. I wanted community input on the kinds of skills. Some
> * Web programming
> * Compiler writing
> * Write a monad tutorial :/
> I see two main questions when it comes to selecting this list of skills:
> * How granular should we get? For web programming, for instance,
> should we ask about Yesod, Happstack, Snap, etc?
I think that "skill cloud" would be nice so I can add my new skills
(packages, programs, domain specific knowledge) as I acquire them (or
> * Should we include non-Haskell skills. I can imagine that employers
> would like to know that people also have experience with Java/C#/etc,
> but on the other hand we might want to make this Haskell-specific.
> One recommendation (from my wife actually) is to have two separate
> lists: a static list of Haskell-specific skills that users simply
> checkmark off, and then "additional skills" that everyone makes up
If we provide some links associated with tags, it would be possible to
classify skills according to their relevance to haskell community.
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