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This GHC ticket is part of a plan to bring more documentation into GHC.<br/>
 
This GHC ticket is part of a plan to bring more documentation into GHC.<br/>
 
The story is best told with this Hoogle issue:
 
The story is best told with this Hoogle issue:
:https://github.com/ndmitchell/hoogle/issues/136.
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Once we get this patch running, any documentation patch with doctest will be tested automatically!
 
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Revision as of 13:09, 24 July 2016

bead

Contact: Andor Pénzes & Gábor János Páli

Homepage: https://github.com/andorp/bead

Required skill level: Various

Bead is an online assignment management system for university courses with a multi-language web interface that supports scheduled publication and activation, submission, automated testing, reporting, and evaluation of course work assignments, mid-term and final examinations. It is almost fully implemented in Haskell based on the Snap framework, it uses the Bootstrap web framework for the user interface, and it can interact with MySQL for storing data and Active Directory services for authentication of users, althought it can work as a standalone service as well. The automated testing can be scripted through the use of the standard UNIX shell commands.

Tasks:

  • Switch to the servant web services API for the implementation of routing pages.
  • Implementation of user stories and user-interface logic for notifications.

es-api

Contact: Luke Murphy

Homepage: https://github.com/lwm/es-api

Required skill level: Intermediate

es-api is a simple web API built with servant. It currently only allows for GET methods on the spanish verbs. The project has been accepted for the OpenShift Grant Project - which means, we could roll some shake deployment files and get it live! It has rudimentary documentation, a database layer but no tests!
Please peruse the issues for a list of tasks:

https://github.com/lwm/es-api/issues

GHC Ticket #11551: Get doctests into testsuite

Contact: Luke Murphy

Homepage: https://ghc.haskell.org/trac/ghc/ticket/11551

Required skill level: Advanced (mostly makefile magic!)

This GHC ticket is part of a plan to bring more documentation into GHC.
The story is best told with this Hoogle issue:

https://github.com/ndmitchell/hoogle/issues/136

Once we get this patch running, any documentation patch with doctest will be tested automatically!

Haskell tools

Contact: Boldizsár Németh

Homepage: https://github.com/haskell-tools/haskell-tools

Description: Developer tools for Haskell.

raw-feldspar-mcs

Contact: Máté Karácsony

Homepage: https://github.com/kmate/raw-feldspar-mcs/

Description: Multi-Core & Scratchpad Support for Resource-Aware Feldspar.

tasty-discover

Contact: Luke Murphy

Homepage: https://github.com/lwm/tasty-discover

Required skill level: Beginner

tasty-discover is an attempt to bring an user friendly test runner to the tasty framework. It started off as a copy/paste of the hspec-discover but now has come into it's own. It has the possibility to be a general purpose test runner with some work (given that tasty can run hspec tests!). There are a number of simple patches that can be done.
Please peruse the issues for a list of tasks:

https://github.com/lwm/tasty-discover/issues

64-bit code generation for x86

Contact: Péter Diviánszky

Homepage: no homepage yet

Required skill level: Intermediate

I am working on a Harpy-like library (https://wiki.haskell.org/Harpy) with 64-bit support. (The intention is to have a lightweight code generation library for just-in-time compilation for a lambda-calculus interpreter.)