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.
Improve the experience for beginning Clojure users by providing a clear, coherent, path towards adopting
- Improve the experience of using Clojure for existing users by shaving off its rough edges (error messages,
stack traces, cryptic docstrings) and providing a unified documentation repository.
- Provide a common set of tools and solutions for Clojure users to adopt to reduce duplication of work.
“Lifting the Lisp curse”
We have set up a wishlist 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