1 About haskell.org
Haskell.org is a resource for the entire Haskell community. If you would like to use haskell.org to host your project or contribute to the Haskell community in some way, please contact us and let us know what you need.
1.1 Contacts at Haskell.org
This machine lives at Yale University and maintained by Yale's Workstation Support people. They provide OS patches, backups, and Internet connectivity. Paul Hudak generously provides the funding that keeps this machine going.
Here are the people that you should contact if you need something on haskell.org:
- John Peterson handles most of the requests for haskell.org services. He can usually answer any questions you have. Email him if you would like an account.
- Mark Wogahn works for workstation support at Yale. If you have questions about how the machine is administered you can ask him. If you need something done differently, go through John.
1.2 Services on haskell.org
This machine is used mainly for the wiki and to host projects - anyone is welcome to create a home page for their project here. You can also install services here as long as they don't overwhelm haskell.org and are of interest to the Haskell community. If you need a repository, that is usually done at darcs.haskell.org (or cvs.haskell.org).
1.3 Accounts on haskell.org
Please add yourself to this list if you have an account at haskell.org. Everyone with an account here should also have a wiki account with a home page that provides basic contact information.
|jcp||John Peterson||Administration of haskell.org|
|ndm/neil||Neil Mitchell||Hoogle and WinHugs|
|duncan||Duncan Coutts||Gtk2Hs website|
|simona||Axel Simon||Gtk2Hs website|
|bringert||Bjorn Bringert||HTTP and HaXR websites|
|nr||Norman Ramsey||occasional GHC hacking|
|PaulJohnson||Paul Johnson||Writing occasional helpful stuff and sample code|