[web-devel] On moving Yesod-specific discussion to a separate list

Chris Smith cdsmith at gmail.com
Tue Jun 28 03:47:45 CEST 2011

On Jun 27, 2011 9:58 AM, "Blake Rain" <blake.rain at gmail.com> wrote:
> I honestly don't see how Yesod - the same as Snap, Happstack, Hackyll
> and so on - should not be discussed on a mailing list related to web
> development in Haskell.

I hope this isn't coming across like that... it's just that the mailing list
is very often used as a basic support channel for Yesod, and that's not the
case for any other project.  Definitely there's no need to exclude Yesod
from the list, but there's a big difference between discussing web
development topics including Yesod, and reporting Yesod bugs or asking
detailed questions about technical topics like subsistence routing and
such.  I'm very interested in Haskell web development including Yesod, but
surely there's a Yesod specific place for the latter kinds of questions
which frankly aren't even being understood by non-Yesod developers on the
mailing list.  And of course the same thing would apply to Happstack, Snap,
etc... except it isn't happening with them.

Chris Smith
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