Blogging in Lisp


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Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Thu, 01 Oct 2015 14:49:28 GMT

I haven't posted much to this site in a long time. I envisioned it as a place to document and announce new features for my Lisp blogging software: Lisplog. But I haven't made any changes to it in a long time, and I never did the promised documentation. It still needs to automate the setup of the settings and .htaccess files. No telling when or even if I'll get that done. Nobody has been beating down my door for it.

So, I'm going to change the way I think about this site. I'll now use it for blogging about Lisp and functional languages in general, including a lot about my new interest: Erlang. I already have at least three posts in mind: "OS X El Capitan Startup Transients", "Useful Shell Scripts", and "Kerl: Erlang Source Builds and Configuration Made Easy".

Watch this space. note the "XML" link on the top of the right column, and read the "news" feed, which already aggregates some lisp-oriented sites, and to which I'll soon be adding Erlang-oriented sites. If you have recommendations for sites to add to the list, either comment on this post, or send email to the address at the bottom of the page.

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Submitted by Rick Hanson on Thu, 01 Oct 2015 15:20:37 GMT

Excellent! Looking forward to your posts!

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