Richard Eisenberg | 21 Aug 04:08 2013

backwards compatibility of array

The following thread on Haskell-cafe is of interest to this list:

The first email introduces an infelicity in the libraries, but then the discussion says that this address (libraries <at> haskell.org) is listed as the maintainer of the libraries, and yet the mailing list cannot be written to by the general public. I tend to agree that this should be fixed.

Richard
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Edward Kmett | 21 Aug 04:47 2013
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Re: backwards compatibility of array

The libraries <at> haskell.org maintainer listing is pretty well entrenched, but we could switch it to core-libraries-committee <at> haskell.org, which would allow end users to raise issues without being subscribed to the list.

-Edward


On Tue, Aug 20, 2013 at 10:08 PM, Richard Eisenberg <eir <at> cis.upenn.edu> wrote:
The following thread on Haskell-cafe is of interest to this list:

The first email introduces an infelicity in the libraries, but then the discussion says that this address (libraries <at> haskell.org) is listed as the maintainer of the libraries, and yet the mailing list cannot be written to by the general public. I tend to agree that this should be fixed.

Richard

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