I would like to see if there is interest in a workshop on writing small parsers in Elm — this is for the upcoming elm-conf in July. The idea would be to work through a small, self-contained example like the one discussed in this Medum article — an implementation of the mini-language
The next, and most fun part of the workshop, would be for the participants to extend the language in various ways (or to write their own if they wish). We, the organizers, will have some tested suggestions for the participants.
I’ve started working on some notes, so that participants could study ahead if they wish: GitHub. The notes are a work-in-progress.
In addition to expressions of interest / doing publicity / making suggestions, what is really important is to have some volunteers to help with the workshop. The organizers of elm-conf suggest a 3:1 ratio, so for every three participants, we need a person to answer questions, help with code, etc. If you are interested in helping with this or if you have comments of any kind, you can either post them here on Discourse, or DM me on the Elm Slack at jxxcarlson.