I'd like to restructure 3 pages.
The basics. An overview of the compilers, best tutorials, much as it is.
All the books and tutorials for learning.
All the papers.
So essentially, they are increasing in order of difficulty for the reader. This means moving some of the material on Books and tutorials onto Research papers. And then linking to Research papers on the front page.
dons 23:25, 29 November 2006 (UTC) Go for it! I've been meaning to sit down and do just this, so feel free. You could also collect the tutorials that have been mentioned in the Haskell Weekly News, and add them to a comprehensive tutorials page.
This FAQ seems to be very outdated, at least in part. The section on Gofer says: The Gofer system provides an interpreter for a small language based closely on the current version of the Haskell report. and claims that the Gopher protocol is widely used.
-- Wolfgang Jeltsch 22:25, 29 November 2006 (UTC)
Introduction to Haskell
I think the following tutorial should be added to '2.2 Online tutorials.'
The site looks nice, is easy to follow, and provides a lot of good information.