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Core team member of Cycle.js, maintainer of a few related projects. Also working on CubeSats, loves Haskell

@Jan van Brügge
Voted [@seanb](@N/vWpVVdD1e8IbACUQE4EVGL6+aodQfbQZ8ByC+k79s=.ed25519) I think mos
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Re: %93noQzscO

Yeah, because Elm is a strict language, so a bottom is always an error. But Haskell is lazy, so this might be intended. The problem is that you try to evaluate it.

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Voted [continuing...] ## Number of Hops The benchmark above only favours the `J
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Voted Finished reading _Learn You a Haskell for Great Good_ ( #lyahfgg ). I down
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Voted > Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. Searching
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Subscribed to channel #leyline-core
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Subscribed to channel #leyline
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Voted I wrote [a spec](https://github.com/AljoschaMeyer/leyline-core), #leyline-c
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Voted It works! Here's a rust implementation ([gist with syntax highlighting and
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Wrote something private

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