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National Capital Area Clojure Users Group Message Board › Ideas for hack night

Ideas for hack night

Washington, DC
Post #: 8
These are projects that I hoped to work on one day, but will likely never have time to get to all of them. Therefore, I'll throw them out there to see if anyone finds them agreeable for hack night activities.

- A simple program to scan a file of ISBNs, check Amazon for current prices, and output an HTML file with the results.

- A Shoes-like library

- A graphical (doc ...) and (find-doc ...)

- A web-proxy using Aleph

- A DSL describing Java bytecode

- A Clojure API for Velocity

- A compile-c plugin for Leiningen

A former member
Post #: 3
Those all sound like great ideas. I'm very interested in Aleph. I think a shoes-like library would also be a great thing to have since it could be an entry into Clojure for beginners much as _why's shoes was to Ruby.

I would also add David Liebke's cljr project and as worthy efforts.

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