Haskell Foldable Wats

Nathan Bouscal nbouscal at gmail.com
Tue Feb 23 16:23:42 UTC 2016

It's a bit bold to simultaneously say "Nobody should use this type," and
also "If you use this type, you should do it this way." If you think that
it's bad practice to use tuples, that's a fine and respectable opinion, but
at that point you should start being a bit more wary about telling those
who think otherwise *how* they should use them.

On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 1:10 PM, Marcin Mrotek <marcin.jan.mrotek at gmail.com>

> > I can assure you that Andreas is not delusional
> I didn't say that. I was referring to his response to my post, that
> "Some delusions have very sophisticated explanations."
> > You have to show good taste or you'll end up with a mess that might be
> logically consistent, but unpleasant to use.
> This is entirely subjective, and frankly I don't think that post-FTP
> Haskell is a "mess" or is "unpleasant to use". If anything, it became
> more useful to me, because now Prelude functions aren't limited to the
> one data structure I almost never use.
> Best regards,
> Marcin Mrotek
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