Finish the inclusion of the 99 problems and their solutions.
I imported all solutions from https://github.com/VictorNicollet/99-Problems-OCaml
Not closing this tough as all questions from http://www.ic.unicamp.br/~meidanis/courses/mc336/2006s2/funcional/L-99_Ninety-Nine_Lisp_Problems.html need to be imported... Then solutions must be written. Finally everything should be checked (I hope we can find volunteers for this, this is certainly fun to find better solutions on than those written). Maybe we can add a “discussion” section to some solutions.
That's certainly possible to add it in an ad-hoc way. The question is how to do it well. Maybe an inspiration can come from Real World Haskell which allows readers to comment paragraphs. A CSS class is enough to pinpoint tags with commenting enabled but the problem is how to keep track of the comments when the content evolves...).
I quite like http://disqus.com/ for comments. It let you add dynamic comments to static webpages quite easily.
I have completed the import of the 99 problems. Now the real work begin. Check all the statements and write clean solutions to the one without. I am sure some people cannot resist a challenge — one should point them to the page during the OUD talk!
Glad you like it — it required quite some work!
@Chris00 I consider the 99 problems page to be rather complete. If you agree, please close this issue.
I believe the contribution confusion was addressed by #553 and we are now getting contributions like #555, #556, and #557.
Can we please number the problems? It makes it easier to navigate the page and remember where to continue from. Also, I looked through the list and there are only 84 problems (and they seem to be related to gaps in the [original|http://www.ic.unicamp.br/~meidanis/courses/mc336/2006s2/funcional/L-99_Ninety-Nine_Lisp_Problems.html] itself. Not sure if you want to maintain the gaps in the original or re-number the ones here?