Right now I’m brainstorming for project ideas to submit for Google Summer of Code, specifically as part of the Haskell Summer of Code organization.
A project I would like to mentor is a “Hackage for Dhall”. In other words, a way to easily browse packages and host rendered documentation. The actual code would still ultimately be hosted elsewhere (e.g. GitHub).
The reason I’m suggesting this is because I’ve seen several nascent efforts along these lines this year and some people (including survey respondents) have expressed a desire to more easily discover available Dhall packages.
I haven’t yet fleshed out the idea, so if you have strong opinions about how this should be done then please share them!
Also, if you are an eligible student interested in working on this then let me know! Similarly, if you are interested in co-mentoring this project then also let me know.