On the World-Wide Web, there are several URLs of likely interest:
Haskell home page -- `http://haskell.org/' GHC home page -- `http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/fp/software/ghc/' Glasgow FP group page -- `http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/fp/' comp.lang.functional FAQ -- `http://www.cs.nott.ac.uk/Department/Staff/mpj/faq.html'
We run two mailing lists about Glasgow Haskell. We encourage you to join, as you feel is appropriate.
subscribe glasgow-haskell-users My Name <firstname.lastname@example.org>(The last bit is your all-important e-mail address, of course.) To communicate with your fellow users, send mail to `glasgow-haskell-users'. To contact the list administrator, send mail to `glasgow-haskell-users-request'. An archive of the list is available on the Web at:
subscribe glasgow-haskell-bugs My Name <email@example.com>Again, you may contact the list administrator at `glasgow-haskell-bugs-request'. And, yes, an archive of the list is available on the Web at:
There is also the general Haskell mailing list. Subscribe by sending email to `firstname.lastname@example.org', with the usual message body:
subscribe haskell My Name <email@example.com>
Some Haskell-related discussion takes place in the Usenet newsgroup `comp.lang.functional'. (But note: news is basically dead at Glasgow. That's one reason Glaswegians aren't too active in c.f.l.)
The main anonymous-FTP site for Glasgow Haskell is `ftp.dcs.gla.ac.uk', in `pub/haskell/glasgow/'. "Important" bits are mirrored at other Haskell archive sites (and we have their stuff, too).