raoknz at gmail.com
Wed Jun 8 08:46:49 UTC 2022
Number of commits is one thing.
Number of maintained packages is another
and more interesting measure.
Activity in the mailing list and StackOverflow
and #haskell might be of use too.
Is it possible to collect information about sales
of Haskell books?
Visits to http://learnyouahaskell.com/ ?
On Mon, 6 Jun 2022 at 20:07, Anton Pichugin <ant.pichugin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone in the Haskell cafe! Such a nice place!
> My name is Anton. A month ago I started learning Haskell. I want to make a
> dashboard about the language. What data should I analyze and add to it?
> I see this project as a page where you can see charts and diagrams that
> change in real time. As of now I only have Google Trends (search Interest
> over time) + number of commits on GitHub. What else can I visualize? Which
> one could be helpful to the community?
> Kind regards,
> Anton Pichugin
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