[Haskell] Re: Making Haskell more open

Ashley Yakeley ashley at semantic.org
Fri Nov 11 12:37:39 EST 2005

In article <20051111112249.GI8046 at web.de>,
 Udo Stenzel <u.stenzel at web.de> wrote:

> MoinMoin supports arbitrarily named links, like so: ["anything goes"].

But people don't use them. It's the elimination of the other kind that's 

> If you set the appropriate check mark in your user preferences,
> RunTogetherWords are displayed as Seperate Word for you.

...which gives "Monad Plus" instead of "MonadPlus".

> Seperation of
> article and discussion is a cultural, not a technical problem.

Sure, any Wiki can be made to represent the information in any other, 
just as any Haskell program can be rewritten in Visual Basic.

Ashley Yakeley, Seattle WA

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