September 28th, 2008

A grab bag of random Lisp things

The Boston Lisp meeting is tomorrow night. Rich Hickey will talk about Clojure. I'll be there, and you should be too. For more info, check Fare's post.

Bill Clementson wrote a summary of the September Vancouver Lisp meeting, including slides and audio of Hans Hübner's presentation.

Chun Tian released a new version of cl-net-snmp. The comp.lang.lisp announcement has some interesting details. He registered an enterprise number for Lisp with the IANA and has been working on a Lisp MIB. I think that is pretty cool.

Dan Weinreb added his take on the failure of Lisp, and it got a zillion comments.