Hello Haskell friends,
Recently I said this on reddit:
There’s no way these very frequent reddit and chat requests for learning materials can capture all the existing resources. There are too many, and folks who know where they are get burned out reposting them. There have been many attempts to gather them, https://haskell.org/documentation being the most obvious, but none of them have fully succeeded. We could really do with some more systematic, scalable (crowd-sourced, lightweight) approach.
Then I experimented and set up https://haskell-links.org . This is version 1, providing:
A searchable read-only view of the Haskell links collected by lambdabot, the popular #haskell IRC bot.
A redirector/link shortener/memory aid, for jumping to any of these links via their short ID. Eg:
Collected links to other Haskell search tools, making this a fast way to get to anywhere in Haskelldom.
After contemplation and discussion on #haskell, I believe version 2 should allow web editing and use its own database. But I wanted to share this one as it’s a nice simple setup. I hope you might find useful ! Help is welcome, see README.