We need "Documentation"
Eray Ozkural (exa)
Wed, 19 Dec 2001 19:01:40 +0200
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On Thursday 13 December 2001 20:47, Hal Daume III wrote:
> I think we should move this off the mailing list. I'm willing to
> spear-head such an effort. Anyone who is interested in contributing,
> please email me. I'll compile a list of people and we can figure out what
> we want to do.
I think it's okay to discuss in haskell-cafe.
I'd like to contribute too but I have little time nowadays trying to finish
writing my msc. thesis. I do have a few suggestions though:
1. Using wiki does not seem to be a bad idea. You may also consider using a
word processing system such as LaTeX though. It's easy to convert LaTeX to
html and it yields very quality prints as you all know. However, for true
collaboration wiki is the king. There is already a nice Haskell wiki
appropriate for such a project IIRC.
2. I don't think following the outline of a class based imperative language
will be fitting for a high quality Haskell tutorial. I think you should look
at OcaML tutorial and the python tutorial, and combine ideas from both as
well as your own :)
Eray Ozkural (exa) <email@example.com>
Comp. Sci. Dept., Bilkent University, Ankara
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