Talk:History of Haskell/Timeline

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Timeline for "The History of Haskell"

One of the suggestions made last month was that we add a pictorial time-line of the development of Haskell. Bernie Pope and Don Stewart have been kind enough to do just that. Here is the current draft

Would you like to take a look, and let us know about

  • factual errors?
  • suggestions for things we might consider adding or omitting?

Of course, we can't include everything! But do feel free to suggest things.


Just add comments here, preceded by "~~~~"

Malcolm 14:27, 31 August 2006 (UTC) Error: first release of HaXml was April 1999, not Jan 2001 as shown.

CaleGibbard 19:45, 31 August 2006 (UTC) Some things to consider for inclusion would be Don Stewart's projects hs-plugins and Data.ByteString, seeing as the chart is a little thin for the recent years, and these libraries open up the possibility of using Haskell for entirely new kinds of projects.

Jeremygibbons 19:54, 31 August 2006 (UTC) It was nice to see the mythical Bottomth International Obfuscated Haskell Code Contest mentioned, but sad not to see the Zeroth International Obfuscated Haskell Code Contest in 2003, and (since I have a personal interest) the Succ Zeroth International Obfuscated Haskell Code Contest in 2004.

GrahamHutton 20:10, 1 September 2006 (UTC) Perhaps you would like to add Programming in Haskell in 2006?

Amatus 15:52, 14 September 2006 (UTC) Shouldn't the type of pop be stack * -> stack *