Happy to see this initiative and wishing good luck to everyone involved
I’ve watched the presentation and read the following notes and had a few questions:
Richard: What does “support community project” mean?
Did you reach a conclusion for this question?
FP Complete seems to be hanging back from HF
Could you share the reasons for that if you know them?
How is the haskell.org organization different from the Haskell foundation?
Could you perhaps share the top 3 items the Haskell Foundation would like to solve on the short term?
Is community moderation (similar to rust) an objective? Is centralizing information from an official source an objective?
I have topics that I think are important and close to my heart (such as newcomers onboarding / the download and documentation pages, or the general image of Haskell to outsiders) but never felt it invited to contribute. How could I contribute to the advancements of these topics, or even just voice my opinions?
Thanks in advance and sorry for asking so many questions.