[Haskell] take 10 [1..] article series: Libraries ( please
contribute ! )
Kenneth.Hoste at UGent.be
Tue Nov 22 09:42:26 EST 2005
As was already announced, I'll try to provide an article for each
upcoming TMR  issue, regarding some subject in the world of Haskell.
My intention is to write a short piece on some item which fits the
The first topic for the series of 'take 10 [1..]' articles is Libraries,
and will be published in the next TMR issue (December).
I'll choose a top 10 (without ordering, this is no popularity contest),
and try and summarize what the library is meant for, who is maintaining
it, why you should use it, ...
I'd like to ask this mailing list to make a contribution: which Haskell
library is your favorite, which ones do you _really_ need for your work
with Haskell, which ones do you like.
Please feel free to reply one or more suggestions, or adjust the wiki .
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