[Haskell-cafe] #haskell irc channel reaches 400 users
Marc A. Ziegert
coeus at gmx.de
Wed Aug 22 17:24:32 EDT 2007
i interpret it as this:
all [ usage x > usage y || fun_to_talk_about x > fun_to_talk_about y
| let lang=[minBound .. maxBound] -- C++,Haskell,Java,etc.
, irc_channel_users x > irc_channel_users y
Am Dienstag, 21. August 2007 schrieb Albert Y. C. Lai:
> Andrew Coppin wrote:
> > ...does this mean Haskell is officially harder to understand than Lisp,
> > Java, Perl and O'Caml? :-}
> > (OTOH, does this mean Haskell is easier to understand than PHP or C++?)
> Or, Haskell is the easiest to understand of them all.
> Reason: Extremely large channel means so hard to understand that many
> people want help. Extremely small channel means so hard to understand
> that few people show interest. The middle-sized channel sits at the
> sweet spot.
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