It’s up-and-coming, and already has an official one-day pre-conference event at StrangeLoop: http://www.elm-conf.us/
Whenever I post elm articles I usually I just tag them with haskell.
Seems like an argument for a separate tag! :-)
could argue either way. :)
+1 but as an elm-conf organizer I’m a little biased. ;)
As an elm-conf organizer, any insight as to the price? $625 for one day is very pricey imho. Is it lack of sponsorship?
EDIT: Looks like it is two days, friday and saturday, but still…
the $625 is for Strange Loop as well. The ticket to elm-conf is an add-on. We’re colocating with them because there’s no way we could have the conference otherwise.
Also we’re paying speaker travel, hotel, and tickets, so that might be one way to save some money. ;)
Better late than never, thanks for clarifying this!
this might be nice, even if just as a reminder that the article is talking about the contemporary, haskel-ey, web framework and not the email client. (laugh if you must, but the latter is still my default lookup for ‘elm’)
Heh, I recently gave a talk at Moonconf on Elm, and my very first slide was subtitled “no, not the mail client”
Hehe, I thought I was the only one whose first thought is always the email client.
I’d hold off on giving it its own tag.