[Haskell-cafe] Open Source project suitable for 2-3 persons this fall?

Jeremy Shaw jeremy at n-heptane.com
Thu Jul 4 23:52:21 CEST 2013

I'm still interested in getting the scoutess project pushed the last 10% of
the way to being useable:




The code does mostly work -- but it doesn't quite actually do anything
useful yet :-/

A next good step would be to get the haddock doc building working. cabal
now has sandboxes, and someone recently released a tool to make it easier
to do standalone building of haddock documentation.

One nice that about the scoutess project is that it is designed to be
extensible through a lot of small modules. So that makes it easy to bite
off a small portion to work on rather than trying to dive into some huge
complex beast.

- jeremy

On Thu, Jul 4, 2013 at 10:26 AM, Anders Bech Mellson <anders at bechmellson.com
> wrote:

> Is there any project that needs working this fall which could be used as a
> university project?
> I am in the university (M.Sc. in software development),
> so I am mainly looking for project ideas (preferably concrete ones).
> We are 2-3 students that have ~10 hours pr week for 3 months to work on a
> project.
> Is there a listing somewhere with project ideas for contributing to the
> Haskell community?
> Thanks in advance,
> Anders
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