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richiardiandrea16:04:42

I find reading from npm ClojureScript directly a boon. It really improved my lumo workflow and I would like to propose it for inclusion to core as well. I wrote an article some time ago about it: https://andrearichiardi.com/blog/posts/lumo-npm-dependencies.html. It was originally discussed by Antonio and I here: https://github.com/anmonteiro/lumo/issues/130#issuecomment-330083804. I wonder what David and other folks think.

danielcompton21:04:55

I'm very happy to announce that Clojurists Together is funding @mfikes to work on ClojureScript: https://www.clojuriststogether.org/news/q2-2018-funding-announcement/

richiardiandrea21:04:59

time to upvote some issue :see_no_evil:

mfikes21:04:07

Hah! I just sent a tweet asking for votes. Great timing I suppose :slightly_smiling_face:

alexmiller21:04:17

@mfikes if you make any good jira filters, let me know and I can make them public I think

alexmiller21:04:46

I believe that stuff is locked down pretty far right now

mfikes21:04:08

'm pretty sure that one is public

mfikes21:04:42

I'm hoping we get good community input on which ones they'd like addressed. :slightly_smiling_face:

pesterhazy09:04:35

I'm very excited about this!