An amazing list of Haskell developers who would like to mentor beginner-contributors in open source projects.
Some developers have an open projects and
Why not become a mentor for beginners? Feel free to PR!
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?
|Contributor/Mentor Name||PR Mentorship Focus area||Contact|
|Alexander Granin||The Hydra framework for backends and CLI apps Hydra||vk, telegram, twitter or firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Andrey Mokhov||Algebraic graphs and GHC build system|
|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 email@example.com|
|Sridhar Ratnakumar||Ema and Emanote: Note-taking; Pandoc; Static site generation; Nix|
|Mikolaj Konarski||LambdaHack: the opinionated roguelike game engine, impenetrable without dedication and attention to detail|
|Michal Gajda||json-autotype: union types for automatic JSON parsing, xeno and XML Typelift XML parsing engines||telegram Keybase|
|Dmitrii Kovanikov||Haskell Beginners 2022: Haskell course for beginners
Iris: A Haskell CLI framework
|Directly on GitHub, Twitter or firstname.lastname@example.org|