Thank you @ilias, @jessta, noah, and @joelq for helping me learn the basics in the elm slack when I was first learning. I appreciate your patience, kindness, and great explanations.
Thank you splodingsocks, @rtfeldman, @jtomchak, and @kevinyank for your talks and podcasts exploring elm and the ways to leverage its strengths in performance, structure, and culture. This section could be filled with everyone who has ever been on an elm podcast, or written a blog, or published a book. Thank you all!
Thank you to folks like @ianmackenzie, @miniBill, and mgold, for your packages that are exactly what I’m looking for, work exactly how I’d want them to, and are already there waiting for you to elm install. Everyone who has made an elm package, Your work has helped make the life of us in the elm community much easier. Thank you!
Thank you @dillonkearns and @evancz for your amazing vision and disciplined work. I know you both must get asked, “why don’t you just…” constantly from folks who don’t quite understand what you’re trying to do. When I’ve questioned your work previously, I was met with friendly error messages, slack messages, or presentations, which explain in easy to understand terms the rationale behind your design choices.
The extents you two go to make your work and philosophies accessible and widely useful is inspiring. Thank you both. Your code has opened up possibilities for me, your ideas have made me a better coder, and the way you maintain your work has made me a considerate person.
Thank you all!