Well, it has been more than 20 years with Lisp in earnest... I'm sitting on a gold mine of great code that I haveYou can read the rest of his message on the lisp-hug archive. His github page is here.
used over the entire period, and still use daily in my work. But it seems the Lisp community is a bit short on
libraries of code. No point sitting on all this stuff till I die...
One of the (many) great things I have found with Lisp is that Code Rot (I always called this Bit-Rot, but I
realize that I'm wrongly attributing when I do that) is almost a non-problem, compared to just about every
other language system that I have used in my 40+ year career. I'm still using a large body of code that I wrote
nearly 15-20 years ago and has never needed any maintenance.
My code generally grows organically to supply solutions to problems I am facing in my own work. I generally
don't write libraries for others to use. And that will show through in a lot of what I share with the world.
C'est la vie...