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mpcjanssen06:11:04

Anyone created a clojure leaderboard for 2019 already?

pesterhazy08:11:35

@mpcjanssen I was thinking the same thing. Looks like there is adventofcode-clojurians from last year but not sure if they can be reused?

pesterhazy08:11:15

I also tried to create a new one (for Berlin) but couldn't figure out how to create a named one - I can only create a private leaderboard without a name it seems

borkdude08:11:10

boards can be re-used

pesterhazy08:11:50

Although I'm still a remember, maybe some others want to join again? I don't remember the join code for adventofcode-clojurians

pesterhazy09:11:46

@borkdude are you doing doing this year's in babashka ? πŸ˜ƒ

borkdude09:11:32

@pesterhazy lol... I'll probably spend my time improving babashka instead πŸ™‚

borkdude09:11:34

@pesterhazy from this channel's info: Happy Advent 2018! | https://github.com/adventofcode-clojurians/adventofcode-clojurians | Join the private leaderboard with code 217019-4a55b8eb

pesterhazy11:11:16

Aha! That’s easy:-)

mpcjanssen12:11:48

I did it with crystal last year, this year in clojure. It's a good way to use a language for something real.