# Would my Haskell Game-of-Life be too long to review?

I have written a small application in Haskell and I wish to get a code review. Since I'm inexperienced, I cannot really write a bullet list of things I'm not satisfied with in my code. It would just be helpful for someone to review the entire application, as any kind advice is welcome.

Is it appropriate to post such a question on Code Review?

• What size are we talking? From their help center: If you want a code review, you must post the relevant snippets of code in your question. It is fine to post a "see more" link (though, do be careful — very few reviewers will be willing to click through and read thousands of lines of your code), but the most important parts of the code must be placed directly in the question.. – Jeroen Vannevel Jan 13 '14 at 18:30
• @JeroenVannevel - github.com/r-darwish/gameoflife - This is the entire application. It's not a large one. – darwish Jan 13 '14 at 18:41
• @darwish: that's not a problem at all, they're used to a lot more. – Jeroen Vannevel Jan 13 '14 at 18:42