Fri, 23 Aug 2002 11:00:16 +0100
> Sven Moritz Hallberg <email@example.com> writes:
> > On Thu, 2002-08-22 at 02:39, Ashley Yakeley wrote:
> > > I have some code for Unicode properties and the like I'd like to=20
> > > contribute, I just need a place to put it. Is it worth creating a=20
> > > SourceForge project for the internationalisation effort?=20
> I think other=20
> > > people have come up with stuff too, like UTF-8 decoders etc.
> Is it much hassle creating a SF project?
> > Yes, for the record, I have a working UTF-8 module now. It=20
> operates on
> > lists of Chars/Word8s but can also en/decode single=20
> characters. It is,
> > AFAICS, conformant to Unicode 3.2.
> It'd be nice to have a look, at least. Perhaps it could be put on the
> web somewhere, and links posted here (and/or linked from the Wiki)?
An SF project is probably the best way to go. We could use
cvs.haskell.org, but new accounts on there have to go through the
maintainer (Jeff Lewis), and to make Jeff's life easier I think it would
be better all round if the project could be managed directly by those
involved. So go for SF to begin with, and move to cvs.haskell.org when
there is code that needs to be included with a compiler release.