As a relatively new Haskell user, I've been pretty disappointed with the state of haskell.org. I know I'm preaching to the choir here, but with large portions of the site currently inaccessible and others taking an unreasonable amount of time to load (at least up until recently), haskell.org is far from usable. Members of #haskell-infrastructure were kind enough to answer some of my questions yesterday when I was trying to get the lay of the land and understand how things work and what the current process it. I know that there's currently a loose confederation of volunteers working on haskell.org as with any open-source project and I wanted to see how I might be able to help.
I have experience with devops -- not a ton, but enough. It may very well be that there's nothing I can help with and that everyone is already familiar with the issues and working on them. However, if part of the issue is lack of time then I'm here to offer some. I seem to be hearing people in #haskell-infrastructure say tha