[Haskell-cafe] is there less available support for beginners these days?
toad3k at gmail.com
Fri Feb 3 13:24:28 UTC 2017
I would say from looking at your last few emails, that you are asking
questions, mostly about tooling, that no one really knows the answer
to, so they don't answer. Congratulations you are not a newbie
Stackoverflow is better for questions that might not have an answer
because people will see unanswered questions for weeks or months
whereas on the lists, if someone doesn't have an immediate answer they
will forget about it.
On Fri, Feb 3, 2017 at 4:29 AM, Dennis Raddle <dennis.raddle at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm a Haskell hobbyist enthusiast -- first learned it in 2008, struggling
> having come from an imperative language background, and I only get to use it
> in hobby projects, but I love it more each year. I still consider myself a
> beginner in many areas.
> Unfortunately it used to be much easier to get responses on the beginner's
> list or the #haskell channel. I've now had several posts go completely
> unanswered on the beginner's list, and can't get help from #haskell most of
> the time (by "help" I mean someone who takes just a few minutes with me).
> I've tried posting on Haskell cafe in the hopes I would get more responses
> and I'm not sure if that's going to work (or is appropriate).
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