1.3. Meta-information: Web sites, mailing lists, etc.

On the World-Wide Web, there are several URLs of likely interest:

We run two mailing lists about Glasgow Haskell. We encourage you to join, as you feel is appropriate.


This list is for GHC users to chat among themselves. Subscribe by sending mail to , with a message body (not header) like this:

subscribe glasgow-haskell-users MyName <m.y.self@bigbucks.com> 

(The last bit is your all-important e-mail address, of course.)

To communicate with your fellow users, send mail to .

To contact the list administrator, send mail to . An archive of the list is available on the Web at the glasgow-haskell-users mailing list archive.


Send bug reports for GHC to this address! The sad and lonely people who subscribe to this list will muse upon what's wrong and what you might do about it.

Subscribe via with:

subscribe glasgow-haskell-bugs My Name <m.y.self@hackers.r.us>

Again, you may contact the list administrator at . And, yes, an archive of the list is available on the Web at the glasgow-haskell-bugs mailing list archive

There is also the general Haskell mailing list. Subscribe by sending email to , with the usual message body:

subscribe haskell My Name <m.y.self@fp.rules.ok.org>

Some Haskell-related discussion takes place in the Usenet newsgroup comp.lang.functional. (But note: news is basically dead at Glasgow. That's one reason Glaswegians aren't too active in c.f.l.)