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Haskell Weekly is a free email newsletter about the Haskell programming language. This repository is responsible for generating Haskell Weekly's website.

Contributing content

We appreciate all contributions, from issues to pull requests. Nothing is too small!

If you want to bring our attention to something, please open an issue! This can be used for anything from typos to new content. For example, this has been used for calls for participation, jobs, and bugs.

If you want to make a change yourself, please open a pull request! We encourage you to make changes when you can, and we'll work with you to get your changes merged quickly. For instance, this has been used for packages of the week, featured content, and typos.

Job postings

We are happy to include job postings for Haskell engineers! If you'd like a job posting to be included in more than one issue of Haskell Weekly, please consider advertising with us. This page explains all the details: https://haskellweekly.news/advertising.html.

Contributing code

The code that powers Haskell Weekly does not change that frequently. However we still welcome changes to it! The overall guidelines from above also apply to code. In addition, there are a couple other things to keep in mind:

  • The Haskell Weekly site generator is meant to be run with Stack. You may be able to run it with other tools, but they are not officially supported.

  • Most small changes can be made without running the generator locally. Every pull request will be tested on Travis CI. The tests must pass before the pull request will be merged, but we can help you with any problems.

  • If you want or need to run the generator locally, you can do so with this command:

    stack --install-ghc build --file-watch --exec haskell-weekly
    

    That will regenerate the site whenever anything changes and put the result in the _site directory. To actually see the results in your browser, you'll need to run a web server. Here is one way to do that:

    stack exec --package wai-app-static -- warp --docroot _site
    # Open http://localhost:3000 in your browser.
    

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