It's generally inadvisable to add exports to a well-known module because they may clash with existing code using the module and importing it in its entirety. As a work-around, I propose allowing a module to export a name that will only be visible in a module that lists it explicitly. If we had
module Foo (a, b, hidden c)
would not bring c into scope, but
import Foo (c)
would bring in c (and nothing else). To get everything, we could use something like
import Foo revealing (c)
and to be a bit picky,
import Foo hiding (a) revealing (c).