[web-devel] On moving Yesod-specific discussion to a separate list
greg at gregweber.info
Mon Jun 27 19:46:36 CEST 2011
On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 10:36 AM, Eric Schug <schugschug at gmail.com> wrote:
> As one of those people who are filling up web-devel with yesod help
> I agree with Felipe, but I have a some of further comments.
> Why are their so many yesod help questions relative to other projects help?
> Is it because of the relative newness of yesod? or complexity cause by
> added type checking?
> Or something else?
> I think once it becomes more mature, I think some of this will go away.
Do you subscribe to snap and happstack mail lists? I don't, but I wouldn't
be surprised if Yesod has more help questions. Yesod likely has the most
users and the least active IRC channel.
We could try to send Yesod help questions to stackoverflow and IRC. But we
really need a community that is willing to help new users on those
locations- particularly IRC.
> It also feels to me that their seems to be quite a bit of exchange within
> the various Haskell Frameworks, and it facilitated by this group e.g. Blaze,
> It would be more difficult for a newbie to track down which specific group
> will provide questions regarding yesod core component vs. shared component,
> blaze, hamlet, wai.
> I can get a better idea of other Haskell approaches, that I may not have
> heard of before if I was only following a yesod specific group.
> Most posters do appear to follow good etiquette by putting the name of the
> project in the subject, so that it can be easily searched or filtered.
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