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seancorfield01:07:46

seancorfield/depstar "0.3.0" -- https://github.com/seancorfield/depstar -- If pom.xml is available when you build a JAR/uberjar, that POM is now used to generate MANIFEST.MF, pom.properties, and pom.xml inside the generated JAR. This makes depstar-produced JAR files more compatible with what other tools expect (I ran across the issue with http://cljdoc.org which expects that using a JAR as a :local/root dependency will expose its transitive dependencies!). Follow-up to #tools-deps or DM.

seancorfield05:07:18

worldsingles/ws-commons "0.1.2" -- https://github.com/worldsingles/commons -- Adds completable, then, exceptionally to provide sugar over Java's CompletableFuture.

tony.kay05:07:23

Fulcro 3.0.0-alpha-21 is now on clojars. This version continues to round out the API improvements with net abort support, cleaned up graph merge logic, and a few bug fixes. https://github.com/fulcrologic/fulcro3

oliy15:07:07

I'm pleased to announce re-graph 0.1.10, the Clojurescript - and now Clojure! - graphql client This release adds support for: Clojure! re-graph has been ported to cljc. Thank you @henryw374 for the initial work #47 This release fixes: Complaining about destroyed instances - thanks @iku000888 #45 https://github.com/oliyh/re-graph

dmaiocchi15:07:15

If you are looking for a remote free meetup, based mostly but not only on a europe timezone basis , on clojure but not only topics, feel free to have look at : https://github.com/just-foss/community 🚀

dmaiocchi15:07:15

If you are looking for a remote free meetup, based mostly but not only on a europe timezone basis , on clojure but not only topics, feel free to have look at : https://github.com/just-foss/community 🚀

dmaiocchi15:07:50

we don't plan only to give talks on clojure only but it might interesting. currenlty we have 2 talks on wip, one on clojure and 1 on nix as pkg manager. but looking forward for people. it is just a learning/share movement, nothing is bound to something etc. details are in the link

Daniel Hines19:07:00

Functional Programming is simpler, but simplicity usually is achieved by pulling things apart. What things does Functional Programming pull apart?

andy.fingerhut19:07:45

Might be best to redirect follow-ups to a non-announcements channel, e.g. #off-topic

Daniel Hines19:07:00

Oh so sorry! THought I was in Off topic!

alexmiller19:07:17

We are pleased to announce a new Q&A forum for Clojure and ClojureScript users! https://clojure.org/news/2019/07/25/clojure-forum

blueberry20:07:43

@alexmiller Looks great! Is this only for "core" clojure & contrib questions, or 3rd party libraries and tools are also welcome?

alexmiller20:07:35

I may add some subcategories under Other later

blueberry20:07:44

I hope this Stackoverflow alternative will ameliorate the problem of invisibility due to people asking and answering most questions on slack.

alexmiller20:07:54

indeed! let's move any further convo to #clojure

Sam Ferrell20:07:57

would it be appropriate to ask for recommendations on how to improve a chunk of code even if it already works?

shaun-mahood21:07:22

Probably best in #code-reviews or #beginners - definitely not in the announcements channel, though.

Sam Ferrell21:07:25

Sorry was referring to the Q&A forum

seancorfield21:07:43

We like folks to use threads to post follow-up questions / ask about announcements, just FYI.