Awesome-list-of-Haskell-mentors

An amazing list of Haskell developers who would like to mentor beginner-contributors in open source projects.


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Awesome list of Haskell mentors

Haskell mentors

To experienced Haskell developers

Some developers have an open projects and

Why not become a mentor for beginners? Feel free to PR!

To (not only) beginner Haskell developers

Some developers learn Haskell and feel:

Real development is not so unassailable, it helps people. That is important! Why not become a contributor of open source project?

Open Source Haskell Mentors

Contributor/Mentor Name PR Mentorship Focus area Contact
Alexander Granin The Hydra framework for backends and CLI apps Hydra vk, telegram, twitter or graninas@gmail.com
Andrey Mokhov Algebraic graphs and GHC build system twitter
Vladislav Zavialov Structural code editor and a layouting engine twitter, telegram
Murat Kasimov Separated data structures and observable patterns telegram
Yuriy Syrovetskiy Distributed format/framework/database RON and task manager ff telegram
Bulat Ziganshin Magus: portable high-level assembler with authentic C syntax telegram or Bulat.Ziganshin@gmail.com
Fabrizio Ferrai spago: 🍝 PureScript package manager and build tool powered by Dhall and package-sets telegram or spago-help@ferrai.io
Julian Ospald ghcup: 🍵 GHCup haskell installer telegram or hasufell@hasufell.de
Sridhar Ratnakumar Ema and Emanote: Note-taking; Pandoc AST; Static site generation; Graph data structure; Nix matrix or srid@srid.ca
Mark Wales taskell: command-line Kanban board mark@smallhadroncollider.com
Mikolaj Konarski LambdaHack: the opinionated roguelike game engine, impenetrable without dedication and attention to detail Discord Matrix
Mikolaj Konarski json-autotype: union types for automatic JSON parsing, xeno and XML Typelift XML parsing engines telegram Keybase