[Haskell-cafe] Future of lucid

chris done haskell-cafe at chrisdone.com
Wed Jun 10 13:23:59 UTC 2020

Hi Simon,

I am still maintaining and actively using the package. Architecture-wise, nothing substantial has changed in the 6 years since its release. Just small additions. This package pretty much maintains itself. PRs come and go.

In fact, any kind of overhauls or user-facing design changes at this stage would cause disruption and I would encourage that to be achieved in a separate package with a new name. In review, I'm very happy with Lucid's design and plan to maintain it long-term into the future for as long as HTML is relevant.

However, I am providing no Q&A or "tech support". Having an issue tracker would say otherwise. 

Oleg is also a maintainer.



On Tue, Jun 9, 2020, at 5:27 AM, Simon Jakobi wrote:
> Hi!
> I recently noticed that the issue tracker for the lucid package at
> https://github.com/chrisdone/lucid
> has been disabled. Does this have any implications for the future
> maintenance of the package? Is anyone still committed to maintaining
> the package?
> (I've CC'd Oleg who made the most recent commit to the repo.)
> The context for my question is that we'd like to use lucid for the
> Dhall documentation generator that is being developed as a part of
> this year's GSoC.
> Thanks!
> Simon
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