Organizations and committees can review the Haskell Foundation Affiliation Documents to learn more about how you can become affiliated with the Haskell Foundation. Please email email@example.com for more information.
The Haskell.org committee has voted to affiliate with the Haskell Foundation, however the haskell.org committee remains an independent 501-3 (c) nonprofit organization. The haskell.org committee will continue to operate the haskell.org website and provide resources for Haskell infrastructure such as Hackage and the haskell mailing lists. Several members of haskell.org have helped launch HF.
The Haskell Foundation was founded by members of the Haskell community, with help and input from existing Haskell users, committees, and industrial users. Our sponsors page includes information about the organizations who have generously provided support for the Haskell Foundation.
The goal of the Haskell Foundation is to facilitate a dialogue for improvement, and center the Haskell community and its industry in one place. Previously, there were many disparate groups consisting of volunteers and members of industry working together to improve the state of Haskell. However, some things in the ecosystem are complicated, and require organization and funding to move forward. The Haskell Foundation addresses that need, and provides a central locus and flag for these groups to rally around to coordinate work, funding, and direction.