Cat Food, Beer, Razor Blades
Here are a few things I noticed from catching up on the past month or so of comp.lang.lisp. (I sort of dread these laundry list posts. They must appear easy and thoughtless, though they're really not.)
James Amundson announced the release of version 5.9.0 of Maxima, the symbolic math system written in lisp.
Marc Battyani announced the release of CL-PDF 1.1, which consists mostly of minor fixes and cleanups.
Kaz Kylheku is working on lisp bindings for the wxWindows portable-GUI library.
PortusGroup's PortusConnect call center product is apparently written in lisp.
Erann Gatt requests the honor of your presence if you're into lisp and you're in the LA area. (Hey, that's me!)
Since last month, lisp user group pages have been added to the ALU site for Cologne, Benelux, Austria, Denver and Chicago. There have only been one or two reports back from actual get-togethers.
Posted by jjwiseman at March 05, 2003 08:55 PM