Haskell Problems For a New Decade
At the turn of the century, the mathematician David Hilbert laid out 23 problems for mathematicians to solve in the 19th century. These were the Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAG) for the program of mathematics at the time, problems that drove forward progress and were exciting, adventurous areas to work in. Haskell has always been at the frontier of what is possible in computer science, and it also sustains a devoted community that regularly drags the future into the present. This can’t be done without the people who dare to dream big and build toward ambitious projects.
Here I am proposing a set of ambitious problems for the next decade:
Read the list of problems in Stephen Diehl's article Haskell Problems For a New Decade.