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As far as documentation is concerned, that's a main goal behind https://haskell.zettel.page/ - but right now it is just me writing to it sporadically. But it'd be great to have others (I can give direct commit access to master which gets deployed instantly). Just send me your GitHub user name and I'll add you.
Wow it really grew in content since it was announced! Great job
I might be able to contribute some content soon-ish. I'll contact you when ready
Edit: soon -> soon-ish :P
I have a bunch of content I can add if you want. My github user is soupi.
Or I'll just send PRs.
Regarding documentation there's already an effort to improve the base docs! See https://www.reddit.com/r/haskell/comments/fke5tf/announce_tracking_the_documentation_effort_for/
@gilmi Added you!
@Sridhar Ratnakumar I'll need a little guidance on how to work on this. I tried installing neuron using the installation steps but it fails with:
error: getting attributes of path '/nix/store/9krlzvny65gdc8s7kpb6lkx8cd02c25b-default-builder.sh': No such file or directory
I'll PM you. That's an error I've never seen.
I've made a PR with some additions.
I've merged it. Feel free to push directly to master. The site will update within 60 seconds of pushing to remote.
@Sridhar Ratnakumar continuing here - regarding my own website/blog, currently I don't have one yet. I'm not sure if gitlab has something similar to "GitHub pages" but if so, I could use that to build something up. (I've been thinking about that anyhow)
There is Gitlab pages, yes. What do you think of building a site like mine (srid.ca)? It is built using neuron, the same tool behind the Haskell zettelksaten.
Ah yea maybe so - I'll have to read through the tutorial and familiarize myself with it
@Vance Palacio neuron is fairly easy to install and use. If you use emacs (doom-emacs), even better. I can pair with you if you like (using tmate.io) to set things up
... that gives me an idea: I should write a tutorial on it!
Ah ok cool! I think I'll be ok, I'll try my hand at it first and let you know if I hit any major blockers. Thanks!
I think there is a real opportunity to write about the 'three layer cake' pattern. The original blog post is not enough. I just stumbled across the "Has" pattern, https://github.com/Holmusk/three-layer/blob/master/src/Lib/App/Env.hs
Basically describe the various patterns in the Holmus/three-layer app. Nice idea for a cluster of zettels to add ...
Started with the Has pattern: https://haskell.zettel.page/fca6b335.html
Would anyone like to contribute to summarizing the current state of IDE support in Haskell? What I have right now: https://haskell.zettel.page/58bc09d0.html
Just wanted to say that Neuron is looking super slick!