You can take a look at my work in progress; note that the code snippets are not in preformatted layouts as they should be. But try to "view source" and move the mouse cursor on top of the canvas -- you'll be positively surprised.
45 minutes is not anywhere enough to get people acquainted with both Haskell's syntax and practical uses, so the slides are very concise. Suggestions welcome!
On the lightning talk front, I collaborated with Allison over SubEthaEdit, as the Gobby site still does not offer a OSX binary package. We adapted the first two stanzas, reviewed another four, and left the remaining six untouched. The text is in the pugs tree as docs/talks/larry_mariner.txt. Making an epic-esque poem of Perl is quite challenging; it would be impossible without Allison's strong poetic cluefulness. But we still need much help from fellow wordsmiths...
After Euro OSCON, I'll be in Stockholm for Nordic Perl Workshop. A month after that, I'll be in Australia for OSDC 2005, hopefully finding some time to work with Damian, as well as visiting dons (of hs-plugins/yi fame) in Sydney.
Hmm, it's well past 5am, so no changelogging for today... See you tomorrow!