June 08, 2003

Miles Egan has started Clump, a mailing list for discussion of lisp application development (as opposed to compiler and tool development).

What's on-topic for clump?

Clump focuses on pragmatic issues of concrete development projects. Good topics might include:

  • A module API for a CL web server.
  • An interactive web interface for a CL package archive.
  • A new blog server and client libraries.
  • An iCal compliant calendaring server.
  • An embeddable XML parser and XML-RPC implementation.
Posted by jjwiseman at June 08, 2003 10:08 PM

I hope they haven't doomed themselves to uselessness by closing their archives to nonmembers. Often, discussions grow by people who casually watch until they have something insightful to contribute or a good question to ask. Closing archives is a barrier to simple observation.

Posted by: on June 12, 2003 10:29 AM

The list archives are now public through mailman
and browsable through gmane.org.

Posted by: Miles Egan on June 13, 2003 08:18 AM
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