CLJ Commons is a community-led project to build up the supporting infrastructure around Clojure to make it a better experience for people new to Clojure, as well as existing Clojurists.
We have set up a meta-repository where you can file issues for projects you want CLJ commons to adopt, or if you're interested in joining as a maintainer for a project that is dear to your heart.
Our meta-repository README discusses project entry and maintenance criteria, and the repo also contains our general principles of project governance.
You'll find a list of projects we maintain (and their current maintainers) over here
The CLJ Commons leadership team is made up of Erik Assum, Sean Corfield, and Daniel Compton. Adopted projects are maintained by many members of the Clojure community, and you could be one of them!
Please don't hesitate to contact us on the #clj-commons channel on the Clojurians slack.