What are some open source programs that use Haskell and can be considered to be good quality modern Haskell? The larger the code base, the better.
I want to learn from their source code. I feel I'm past the point of learning from small code examples, which are often to esoteric and small-world. I want to see how code is structured, how monads interact when you have a lot of things going on (logging, I/O, configuration, etc.).
What I recommend.
Read code by people from different grad schools in the 1990s
Read code by
the old masters certain people (incomplete list)
Note that people like me, Coutts, Mitchell, O'Sullivan, Lynagh, etc. learned our Haskell style from these guys.
Read some applications