If you haven’t read Bozhidar’s post on the future of CIDER I’d urge you to do so.
I really think the work I’ve done (not to mention the great work others have done) is worth a bit more than this, and I hope that people are going to realize this before I decide to throw in the towel and call it quits.
If you use CIDER in your day job, think about supporting the Open Collective, either individually, or through your company. Since he wrote the post, annual donations have gone from $4k/year to $7k/year. Based on the most recent survey results, 46% of respondents use CIDER, so there is a lot of opportunity for us to grow that number. A few dollars each month is a small price to pay to ensure that CIDER continues to grow and be maintained.
Alternatives to Clojurians Slack.
Clojurists Together is funding Aleph and Neanderthal for the next three months.
I’m Daniel Compton. I maintain public Maven repositories at Clojars, private ones at Deps, and help fund OSS Clojure projects (along with tons of generous members like Pitch, JUXT, Metosin, Adgoji, and Funding Circle) at Clojurists Together. If you’ve enjoyed reading this, tell your friends to sign up at therepl.net, or post a link in your company chatroom. If you’ve seen (or published) a blog post, library, or anything else Clojure/JVM related please reply to this to let me know about it.
If you’d like to support the work that I’m doing, consider signing up for a trial of Deps, a private, hosted, Maven Repository service that I run.