[Haskell-cafe] Invitation: Virtual Haskell Cohack, July 10 (Saturday)

Chris Smith cdsmith at gmail.com
Sat Jun 26 03:21:18 UTC 2021

I guess I should have said up-front that the scheduled times are likely to
work best for people in the Americas and Europe.  I'd love to see someone
set up an Asia/Australia friendly time, but I wouldn't be able to be there
as it would be in the middle of the night for me.

On Fri, Jun 25, 2021 at 10:48 PM Chris Smith <cdsmith at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> I'd like to formally invite you to the Virtual Haskell Cohack, which will
> be running monthly beginning Saturday, July 10.  Please review times and
> RSVP at https://www.meetup.com/NY-Haskell/events/279067287/ so that I
> know how many people are coming.  I would need to upgrade my Zoom account
> if we exceed 100 people, but that would be amazing.  Please make that
> happen!
> This is an event for the Haskell community to get together and work on
> collaborative projects.  This could mean:
>    - Teaching or learning Haskell
>    - Writing code or docs on your favorite project and introducing it to
>    others
>    - Learning about other people's projects and getting some mentorship
>    to contribute.
>    - Pair programming on programming challenges like Advent of Code or
>    Project Euler.
>    - Just hanging out and geeking out talking category theory or GHC
>    profiling techniques or whatever.
> The full agenda is listed at the link above, but it also includes
> lightning talks, which you can propose when you RSVP or just wait and
> volunteer to give one at the event.  If you want to be sure you make it on
> the list, mention that you'd like to give a talk in your RSVP and you'll
> get priority on the signup list.
> Haskell-adjacent technologies are also welcome, so if you'd like to come
> hack in Elm, Idris, Agda, Coq, Ocaml, or whatever, you are welcome.  The
> only rule we have is to be kind and welcoming to others.
> Thanks, and hope to see you there.
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