> On 28 October 2010 20:59, Don Stewart wrote:
> > "Status of Infrastructure" questions like this are best asked on the
> > Haskell Reddit.
> > P.S. I encourage people to use the online forums: Haskell Reddit and
> > Overflow, as a lot of the question-answering activity has shifted there
> > now, away from -cafe@
> Err, Why?
The online services provide searchable content, tagging, and the ability
to rate, edit and refer to previous content. E.g.
> Having to track three places for information rather than one doesn't
> seem like a good swap to me...
It's too late.
The number of subscribers to the Haskell Reddit, for example, is double
the -cafe@, and there are comparable numbers of questions being asked on
the Stack Overflow [haskell] tag, as here -- so anyone who only reads
-cafe@ is already missing a lot of stuff.
A lot of the community has already voted on the efficacy of mailing
lists for large communities, by moving their discussion elsewhere.