On Thu, 11 Sep 2003 16:32:27 +0100, Daniel Barlow <d...@telent.net>
>There's all kinds of thing that could be done in SBCL: bug fixes,I just subscribed to the clump mailing list. It looks like there are
>thread auditing, new contrib modules, enhancements to current contrib
>modules (there's always work to be done on SB-POSIX), new external
>asdf-installable (i.e. CCLAN) libraries. Or you could download CLX
>and McCLIM and try your hand at some CLIM programming, or check out
>Portable Hemlock and write some neat stuff in a real CL Emacs-like
>editor; help free us from ILISP. Or ...
>Are you on the clump mailing list? Lots of stuff happening there.
>Seriously, this is a good time to hack Lisp. And you don't have to
some really good projects to get involved with, I am leaning towards
SBCL, although I wouldn't mind helping with some of the other projects
mentioned. Thank all of you for your suggestions, I am going to start
looking through the code of some of these projects and hopefully get
an idea about where to start.
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