[web-devel] On moving Yesod-specific discussion to a separate list (PS)
anthropornis at gmail.com
Fri Jul 1 01:49:05 CEST 2011
PS I think no matter how many separate lists you have or don't have, it
should be pretty straightforward to put links to the lists on the
relevant (e.g., framework) specific websites. I found this one via such
And if the traffic on a given list is due to the newness of a framework
(?), there is nothing stopping anyone from merging a separate list back
into a generic list down the road if traffic lightens for a given
framework after it matures.
Just a couple of thoughts.
On 06/27/2011 01:36 PM, Eric Schug wrote:
> As one of those people who are filling up web-devel with yesod help
> I agree with Felipe, but I have a some of further comments.
> Why are their so many yesod help questions relative to other projects
> Is it because of the relative newness of yesod? or complexity cause by
> added type checking?
> Or something else?
> I think once it becomes more mature, I think some of this will go away.
> It also feels to me that their seems to be quite a bit of exchange
> within the various Haskell Frameworks, and it facilitated by this
> group e.g. Blaze, WAI.
> It would be more difficult for a newbie to track down which specific
> group will provide questions regarding yesod core component vs. shared
> component, blaze, hamlet, wai.
> I can get a better idea of other Haskell approaches, that I may not
> have heard of before if I was only following a yesod specific group.
> Most posters do appear to follow good etiquette by putting the name of
> the project in the subject, so that it can be easily searched or
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