[Haskell-cafe] Some aggregation of Haskell content

Christopher Done chrisdone at gmail.com
Sun Feb 10 16:41:00 CET 2013

Is there a page somewhere that aggregates all of Haskell's community output
into one place?

As a consumer of Haskell content I neither have the time nor inclination to
follow haskell-cafe and other various mailing lists, the reddits, the
google+ community, planet haskell, hackage releases, twitter, youtube and
whatever other submission places I haven't heard of.

I made this page for the Lojban community some years ago:

Lojban doesn't have much community activity (tho this doesn't include
mailing list posts), but Haskell's community is much larger and more
active, it would be far more useful.

I may write such a page for Haskell content, if not for the community then
at least for myself, as I keep missing out on cool things because I didn't
happen to check out that particular medium of exchange. For example, even
this message will be lost on a thousand people who doesn't follow the
mailing list but maybe follows G+ or reddit.

Kind of like a Haskell Weekly news, except more like "Haskell news right
now or in some adjustable time frame." And the option to toggle between
chronological order or categorized.

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