The number of applications requiring the implementation of a custom web
server is an insignificant fraction of the number of applications requiring a
messaging system. I don't think anyone would dispute Haskell's ability to do
low-level, raw networking, of the type that few people actually need to do.
It's the higher level stuff where there's a huge amount of room for
You replied to someone discussing using Haskell at a CDN to implement
things like web servers by saying that Haskell wasn't suitable for
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