# Hac 2007 II/Projects

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+ | == Probability monads == | ||

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+ | Things to work on: | ||

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+ | # Get MaybeT into Hackage. | ||

+ | # Is WriterT really the right monad transformer? We want the join and bind operations, but not the rest of the MonadWriter type class. | ||

+ | # Should probabilities be represented as floats, fractions or a type class? | ||

+ | # Can this run fast enough to be useful? | ||

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+ | Current hacker(s): ekidd (Eric Kidd) |

## Revision as of 10:18, 5 October 2007

## Contents |

# 1 Generic Information

How to create repositories...

# 2 Active Projects

Please feel free to describe your current project here!

## 2.1 Cabal

## 2.2 ByteString network

Change Network.* to use strict ByteStrings instead of Strings. It would also be nice to tidy up the #ifdef mess.

Current hacker(s): tibbe (Johan Tibell)

## 2.3 Probability monads

Things to work on:

- Get MaybeT into Hackage.
- Is WriterT really the right monad transformer? We want the join and bind operations, but not the rest of the MonadWriter type class.
- Should probabilities be represented as floats, fractions or a type class?
- Can this run fast enough to be useful?

Current hacker(s): ekidd (Eric Kidd)