Hi all,<br><br>As promised, an interim update on the wxHaskell situation, along with a request to Haskell-Cafe (someone there should know...)<br> <br>Firstly, thanks to all who have volunteered to help. Subject to final confirmations, I hope that we will have a core of around 5-6 people who are willing to 'own' specific aspects of wxHaskell. This should enable us to reduce the workload on each individual to a reasonable level. I would welcome more contributors, however, and we will need this if we are to start significantly extending wxHaskell functionality in time.
<br><br>The initial objective will be to make wxHaskell compile cleanly 'out of the box' against wxWidgets 2.6.3 on Linux (Debian test platform), Mac OS X and Windows, for both unicode and non-unicode builds. The first distribution will be strictly source code, although we will look at binary and/or Cabal packaging in the future. I would hope to target around the end of August for this release, subject to everything going smoothly.
<br><br>Several people have said that they would prefer a darcs repository to CVS (as currently used at Sourceforge) - and I must admit that this seems to make sense to me for a Haskell project as the community really should eat its own dogfood ;-)
<br><br>Is there a formal mechanism to request hosting at <a href="http://darcs.haskell.org">darcs.haskell.org</a> ? If so, whom do I ask? As a matter of interest, does it make sense to provide this information somewhere to any interested developers on the wiki - I couldn't find it anywhere.
<br><br>I am willing to do the migration of the current CVS repository from Sourceforge, if a darcs repo becomes available to us.<br> <br>Regards<br>Jeremy<br>