[Haskell-cafe] Bind the GAP barely legible?

Richard Eisenberg rae at richarde.dev
Tue Jan 19 18:52:58 UTC 2021

The authors, Dmitrii Kovanikov and Veronika Romashkina, are listed prominently on the bindthegap.news website. It might be more effective to contact them directly -- and perhaps kindly offer to help edit and review their free publication -- than to complain generally and in public.

Given the amount of "old-fashioned"-styled Haskell content out there already, perhaps having some with a different look will appeal to new audiences, which is surely good for all of us.


> On Jan 19, 2021, at 12:29 PM, Viktor Dukhovni <ietf-dane at dukhovni.org> wrote:
> I tried to read "Bind the GAP":
>   https://bindthegap.news/issues.html
> but the colours, fonts, and layout are so disorienting that
> I'm afraid it is just too much work to make much sense of it.
> Am I just too old-fashioned in my expectations, or do others
> alos find that the festive artwork completely overwhelms the
> content in this publication?
> If there's anyone on this list who's involved in producing
> the publication, please consider drastically dialing back
> the decorations.
> -- 
> 	Viktor.
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