San Francisco Bay Area & Silicon Valley Haskell Hackathon
Come join a group of Haskell hackers to work on a wide variety of projects. All levels welcome.
|When:||Friday, April 20th – Sunday, April 22nd, 2012|
|Hours:||10am ~ 7pm|
|Where:||Fri - Hacker Dojo - Friday is full, and waiting list only.|
|Sat & Sun - Mozilla HQ|
|Sign up:||sign-up form|
|News and Discussion:||BayHac Google Group|
Big thanks to Mozilla, for providing us with a larger venue on Saturday and Sunday!
If you're attending, please use the sign-up form to help the organizers plan. Add your name here if you want to let others know you're coming.
- Mark Lentczner - organizer
- Johan Tibell - organizer
- Aaron Culich
- Ivan Tarasov
- Evan Laforge
- John Cheek
- Michael Litchard - voting for Greg to talk about Yesod
- Michael Bernstein
If you plan working on a project at the Hackathon, you can put it up here so other interested hackers can see what projects are afoot. If you don't have a project, look here and find one!
Yesod web framework
Let me know if you have anything in specific you want to hack on for Yesod. Also, come and hack on your Yesod website and get help from others. Perhaps I can give a presentation.
I'll be working on this for a bit, but if no one else is interested I'll probably look for something else since I can work on that just as well at home :)
I'll finally have some time to use what I have learned about Yesod to build my own blog!
I have too many projects going! I'd like to try to get a basic MapReduce framework going.
Scheme to LLVM Compiler
I'll be working on this in an attempt to learn mroe about compilers.
Yi and VTY
I'll be hacking on Yi and the VTY library.
I'll be working on performance improvements for my JPEG decoder
Myles C. Maxfield
Plush - the comfy shell
This is a POSIX shell with a web based front end. We have crazy ideas how to bring the interface of the shell forward 30 years! I'll be trying to get this from v0.2 to a v0.5 release that people could actually try out.
GitStar - extensible project hosting platform
We've been working on the hails web platform framework (that's right, a framework for building multi-app web platforms!). As a demonstration we have been building a GitHub-like "clone", called GitStar, that allows users to integrate custom applications into the web platform. This allows you, for example, to build a custom notification system, wiki, code viewer, etc. We are excited to get feedback on what it's like building apps as for non-hails developers. If you are interested, we are happy to walk you thought our tutorial (building a custom blog app) and get you started.
Deian Stefan, Amit Levy, David Mazieres