where do non-beginners haskellers go to expose code to the community?

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where do non-beginners haskellers go to expose code to the community?

Silent Leaf
hi,

let's say i'm a real-deal but typically open-source/not-employed haskeller, i have a really well-done library/program. i want to publish it so it's available, but i also want to just broadcast to at least a part of the haskell community basically saying "hiya, made that cool code, go check it out". both to get returns and ideas, but not so much for code-review, since it's about reviewing a finished product, or at least an alpha/beta version.
where would i go to do that? (again, it's hypothetical, i'm not real-deal yet)

i mean what's the point of coding if nobody knows what you do, right? (of course the question is not serious, but still, it must count for a bit right? if you don't get paid or you don't sell your code and it's not only for your own usage?)

but maybe there are ways by which most haskellers go check the latest published packages? or maybe the community is not that tight-knit?
or maybe it does not depend on the language, and there are places where to make your code known to potential users? i admit i don't actually know how someone with an opensource program would go to advertize it. even creating a website for it does not tell anybody that it exists.

was just wondering. it'd be somewhat good if there were a centralized place where to review any package published on official repositories, both wrt the code and the functionalities. a kind of message board automatically plugged to the flux of published packages.

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Re: where do non-beginners haskellers go to expose code to the community?

Francesco Ariis
On Thu, Jun 29, 2017 at 12:12:07PM +0200, Silent Leaf wrote:

> hi,
>
> let's say i'm a real-deal but typically open-source/not-employed haskeller,
> i have a really well-done library/program. i want to publish it so it's
> available, but i also want to just broadcast to at least a part of the
> haskell community basically saying "hiya, made that cool code, go check it
> out". both to get returns and ideas, but not so much for code-review, since
> it's about reviewing a finished product, or at least an alpha/beta version.
> where would i go to do that? (again, it's hypothetical, i'm not real-deal
> yet)

Hello Silent Leaf,
    usually I keep up with the Haskellers in 3 ways:

    1. by checking the `Haskell Communities and Activities Report` [1]
    2. by being subscribed to Haskell announce [2]
    3. by subscribing to the "uploaded recently" RSS feed [3]

If I want to broadcast a release and get feedback, writing to
haskell-announce and haskell-cafe is the way to go.

[1] https://wiki.haskell.org/Haskell_Communities_and_Activities_Report
[2] https://mail.haskell.org/mailman/listinfo/haskell
[3] https://hackage.haskell.org/packages/recent.rss
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Silent Leaf
great, that's what i was looking for! thanks :)
maybe in several months i'll be good enough for publishing :)

2017-06-29 12:54 GMT+02:00 Francesco Ariis <[hidden email]>:
On Thu, Jun 29, 2017 at 12:12:07PM +0200, Silent Leaf wrote:
> hi,
>
> let's say i'm a real-deal but typically open-source/not-employed haskeller,
> i have a really well-done library/program. i want to publish it so it's
> available, but i also want to just broadcast to at least a part of the
> haskell community basically saying "hiya, made that cool code, go check it
> out". both to get returns and ideas, but not so much for code-review, since
> it's about reviewing a finished product, or at least an alpha/beta version.
> where would i go to do that? (again, it's hypothetical, i'm not real-deal
> yet)

Hello Silent Leaf,
    usually I keep up with the Haskellers in 3 ways:

    1. by checking the `Haskell Communities and Activities Report` [1]
    2. by being subscribed to Haskell announce [2]
    3. by subscribing to the "uploaded recently" RSS feed [3]

If I want to broadcast a release and get feedback, writing to
haskell-announce and haskell-cafe is the way to go.

[1] https://wiki.haskell.org/Haskell_Communities_and_Activities_Report
[2] https://mail.haskell.org/mailman/listinfo/haskell
[3] https://hackage.haskell.org/packages/recent.rss
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