[Haskell-cafe] Places to write and publish projects that "explain ideas"?

Kim-Ee Yeoh ky3 at atamo.com
Mon Dec 24 13:51:49 UTC 2018

Hi Siddarth,

Something implied -- though not explicated -- in your email is that
publication serves as some form of requirement before you obtain your
degree, yes?

So you're looking for places where your articles can gain sufficient

In that case, you want to find out from your department what kind of
publishing standards they demand.

Among those who have graduated from your department with publications,
precisely where have they published their articles?

Best, Kim-Ee

On Monday, December 24, 2018, Siddharth Bhat <siddu.druid at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello all,
> I have somewhat of an unorthodox problem. I've been writing on and off, a
> series on implementing compilers
> "beautifully" in haskell, called tiny-optimising-compiler
> <http://github.com/bollu/tiny-optimising-compiler>. They're literate
> haskell files, with the aim
> of explaining the really elegant ideas that exist in compilers literature
> -
> data flow analysis, abstract interpretation, SSA, continuations, scalar
> evolution,
> and some more slightly out-there / research-y things, like polyhedral
> compilation,  equality saturation.
> However, I'm also a research student at my university, and am expected to
> publish before I graduate. I was
> looking for possible places to publish a project such as this, whose
> selling point would be "explains things
> elegantly, and possibly rewords standard things to nice looking haskell".
> Are there places where one
> could conceivably publish about such a project? If not, I forsee myself
> not being able to finish this project
> for a while longer, and that would make me sad.
> Thanks, and a merry christmas to all,
> ~Siddharth

-- Kim-Ee
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