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In general, the policy on the usage of the Haskell.org domain name and subdomains is set by the [[Haskell.org_committee]]. The committee also manages a small amount of funds, generally garnered from Google Summer of Code payments, and uses them towards the maintenance of Haskell community infrastructure. It therefore also determines the policy on the uses of those machines that it pays for.
 
In general, the policy on the usage of the Haskell.org domain name and subdomains is set by the [[Haskell.org_committee]]. The committee also manages a small amount of funds, generally garnered from Google Summer of Code payments, and uses them towards the maintenance of Haskell community infrastructure. It therefore also determines the policy on the uses of those machines that it pays for.
  
Many people responsible for managing and helping with maintenance of Haskell.org servers are subscribed to the [http://community.galois.com/mailman/listinfo/haskell-infrastructure haskell-infrastructure list], an extremely low traffic list hosted by Galois.
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Many people responsible for managing and helping with maintenance of Haskell.org servers are aliased at "admin [at the domain] haskell.org".
  
If there are problems with infrastructure, it is good to check [https://status.haskell.org status.haskell.org] to see if they are already known. If not, emailing the haskell-infrastructure list, the admin at haskell.org mail alias, and the #haskell-infrastructure irc channel on freenode are all good ways to get in touch.
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If there are problems with infrastructure, it is good to check [https://status.haskell.org status.haskell.org] to see if they are already known. If not, emailing the admin at h.org mail alias and the #haskell-infrastructure irc channel on freenode are all good ways to get in touch.
  
 
The centralized location on infrastructure is now maintained at [https://phabricator.haskell.org/w/ the Haskell Phabricator Wiki], cataloging machines, responsibilities, etc.
 
The centralized location on infrastructure is now maintained at [https://phabricator.haskell.org/w/ the Haskell Phabricator Wiki], cataloging machines, responsibilities, etc.
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* [[Core Libraries Committee]]
 
* [[Core Libraries Committee]]
 
* [https://phabricator.haskell.org/w/infrastructure/ Haskell Infrastructure Team]
 
* [https://phabricator.haskell.org/w/infrastructure/ Haskell Infrastructure Team]
* [http://trac.haskell.org/haskell-platform/wiki/Members Haskell Platform Committee]
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* [https://ghc.haskell.org/trac/ghc/wiki/TeamGHC GHC Team]
* [http://hackage.haskell.org/trac/ghc/wiki/Contributors GHC Team]
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* [http://hackage.haskell.org/trac/haskell-prime/wiki/Committee Haskell 'prime' Committee]
 
* [http://hackage.haskell.org/trac/haskell-prime/wiki/Committee Haskell 'prime' Committee]
  

Revision as of 01:17, 24 December 2017

Haskell.org sub-domains are hosted on a variety of machines. Various machines have individuals responsible for them, and various services in turn have individuals responsible for those services.

In general, the policy on the usage of the Haskell.org domain name and subdomains is set by the Haskell.org_committee. The committee also manages a small amount of funds, generally garnered from Google Summer of Code payments, and uses them towards the maintenance of Haskell community infrastructure. It therefore also determines the policy on the uses of those machines that it pays for.

Many people responsible for managing and helping with maintenance of Haskell.org servers are aliased at "admin [at the domain] haskell.org".

If there are problems with infrastructure, it is good to check status.haskell.org to see if they are already known. If not, emailing the admin at h.org mail alias and the #haskell-infrastructure irc channel on freenode are all good ways to get in touch.

The centralized location on infrastructure is now maintained at the Haskell Phabricator Wiki, cataloging machines, responsibilities, etc.

Haskell Core Teams/Lists/Bodies/Committees