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* [[Taking over a package]] on Hackage, with the assistance of the existing maintainer or otherwise
 
* [[Taking over a package]] on Hackage, with the assistance of the existing maintainer or otherwise
 
* [[Hackage trustees]]: what they do, who they are, what guidelines they follow.
 
* [[Hackage trustees]]: what they do, who they are, what guidelines they follow.
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== Hackage mirrors ==
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* [https://www.fpcomplete.com/blog/2015/03/hackage-mirror Hackage mirror]
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* [http://hdiff.luite.com/ hdiff, Hackage diff tool and Hackage mirror]
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* [https://github.com/fpco/hackage-mirror Source to create a Hackage mirror]
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* [https://github.com/jwiegley/hackage-mirror Source to create a Hackage mirror, a fork of the previously mentioned source code]
  
 
== Related resources ==
 
== Related resources ==

Revision as of 11:15, 25 February 2016

Hackage is the Haskell community's central package archive. Package authors use it to publish their libraries and programs while other Haskell programmers use tools like cabal-install to download and install packages (or people get the packages via their distro).

Contents

1 Links

2 Getting help

  • For issues with accounts or permissions please contact the administrators by email admin@hackage.haskell.org
  • Submit bug reports in the github issue tracker.
  • New ideas are best submitted at the project page.
  • There is a #hackage IRC channel on freenode for the discussion of the development of the hackage server and related tools such as Cabal/cabal-install.

3 Administration and policies

4 Hackage mirrors

5 Related resources

  • There is a daily updated BibTeX database for citing packages.

6 Blog posts