Haskell Project Hackathon
Friday, February 11th, 2pm – Sunday, February 13th 2pm
Come join a group of Haskell hackers. Bring your own projects, or work on ours: It is more fun to do it in a group!
Learn Haskell Workshop
Saturday, February 12th, 10am – 4pm
Come learn Haskell! No prior Haskell experience needed. Bring your laptop and a willingness to have your brain stretched in enjoyable ways. We’ll be do some web programming in Haskell.
|When:||Feb 11-13, 2011|
|Where:||Hacker Dojo, 140A South Whisman Road, Mountain View, CA (Google Map)|
|Sign up:||sign-up form|
|News and Discussion:||BayHac Google Group|
As of Feb 1st, there are over 60 people signed up!
If you're attending, please put your name up!
- Bryan O'Sullivan - organizer
- Mark Lentczner - organizer
- austin seipp, <firstname.lastname@example.org> (remove the 'nospam' subdomain)
If you're going to attend and plan working on a project, please put it up here so other interested hackers can see what sorts of projects are afoot.
2.1 Compiler plugins for GHC
I plan on helping integrate and maintain compiler plugins for GHC. My work at the hackathon will be to try and get the current patch (allowing you to write Core optimizations) applied to GHC HEAD. Following that, my plan is to extend the functionality, so you can write Cmm passes as well.
There's a wiki-page describing this on-going work: http://hackage.haskell.org/trac/ghc/wiki/NewPlugins
- Hackers: austin seipp
2.2 Projects listed in signups
- Compiler Plugins
- LLVM backend
- Haskell Platform
- Yices-Painless EDSL
- Hash based containers
- network package re-write
- BLAS bindings
- music sequencer, I'm (elaforge) planning on lazifying score interpretation, or if I'm done with that by the time the hackathon comes up, picking something from the list below:
- language / score design
- performance tuning (garbage reduction, parallelization, ...)
- port to linux (i.e. write alsa midi or jack midi bindings)
- alternate backends (osc, csound, lilypond, ...)
- GUI / UI
- if someone else is interested, whatever it is they're interested in!
- binary file/block device analyzer/editor
- Erland in Haskell
- NoSQL DB
- machine learning
- natral language processing
- matrix and tensor manipulation
- DSL for microcontrollers
- theorem prover
- interface to Swiss Ephemeris
- Hacker Dojo wiki page for the event