I’m happy to announce that my Google Summer of Code proposal, titled “Extend EclipseFP functionality for Haskell”, has been accepted! For the uninitiated, GSoC is a project in which Google sponsors a number of students each year to work on open source software. During the upcoming three months or so, I will be working on improving EclipseFP. In this blog, I will track my progress.
The target audience for this blog are Haskell programmers, Eclipse developers and any other software developer who happens to be interested. I will try to keep it readable for all interested parties, but it might sometimes get quite technical; in that case, feel free to ask what the hell I’m talking about, or just ignore me. Incidentally, I also just sent out a request to Planet Haskell and Planet Eclipse for this blog to be syndicated.
Anyway, since I target a fairly general audience, I have some explaining to do. In a next post, I describe what my project aims to do, how I want to accomplish it, and why I think it is important. But first, allow me to introduce myself.