Haskellers interact, talk and collaborate across several mediums and around the world. There are places to learn, to teach, to ask questions, and to find contributors and collaborators.
Haskellers are active on a number of online areas, but the most busy are below:
There are a number of Haskell Users groups where haskellers meet to learn and code. Some are listed below:
Haskell infrastructure is mostly maintained by committees and groups of volunteers. Here are some of the committees involved in keeping things running:
***.haskell.org infrastructure, including this website.
There are a number of conferences and events featuring Haskell, some focusing on the academic side of things, and some on the commercial or hobbyist side. Here are just a few:
Haskell Hackathons are a long tradition, with lots of learning and social exchange. In many ways they function as semi-structured conferences. Here are some of the most notable:
If you would like to support the Haskell community, consider donating to Haskell.org, the organization that maintains a significant part of the Haskell community infrastructure.