Christian Lynbech reminded me that today, December 8th, is the 16th anniversary of X3.226:1994 American National Standard for Programming Language Common LISP (X3J13). I'm going to celebrate tonight by writing some more Common Lisp code!
I updated Quicklisp with a whole bunch of new and updated projects. Cells is back, there's now only one "clon" (David O'Toole renamed his clon to proton), I added asdf-install, and a bunch of other stuff. I'm excited to try out CommonQt, which is now just a (ql:quickload "qt") away on Linux (as long as you have the right Qt development libraries installed).