[Haskell-cafe] New: A French translation of Learn You A Haskell for Great Good!
limestrael at gmail.com
Wed Sep 21 00:29:04 CEST 2011
Nice initiative, Valentin !
However, even if I'm french I'm gonna need a little help with the monads
being like crêpes...
2011/9/21 Valentin ROBERT <valentin.robert.42 at gmail.com>
> Hello everyone,
> I've decided to translate the famous Learn You a Haskell for Great Good in
> French a few weeks ago, and I'm pleased to share it with you all today!
> Well, especially with the French-speaking community, but I guess everyone
> should be aware of its existence, in case you ever encounter a French newbie
> and want to redirect him to some French resources.
> So here it is:
> You will also notice that I did register a domain name for this, and will
> try to provide other information on Haskell in French at the same place.
> For instance, I created a wiki which contains basic information, available
> All French-speaking Haskell enthusiasts (Haskelletors? :D) are welcome to
> participate in this wiki in any way they can think of.
> I doubt this will be as useful as the HaskellWiki, but if we can have a few
> introductions to some subjects in French, pointing to more comprehensive
> resources in English, I guess it'll be good enough.
> Oh, I also created the less-inspired logo ever out of the usual Haskell
> logo! :)
> Any feedback on whether these are good ideas or not, and what could be done
> better, would be greatly appreciated.
> Big thanks to Miran Lipovača for writing the original LYAH (well, except
> for the jokes that were hard to translate/adapt!), and to the few people on
> #haskell-fr for somehow deciding me to actually do this.
> Also, thanks to my anonymous proof-reader, who did a great job I believe!
> And since Brent allowed me to, French monads are now officially like
> - Valentin "Ptival" Robert
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