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2019-04-27
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holyjak19:04:45

Hello folks, does anyone know what is that status of Grimoire (http://conj.io)? It seems the latest version of clojure there is 1.9 and for example eduction has no examples, compared to a few at http://clojuredocs.org. Is it dormant? @arrdem ?

martinklepsch23:04:27

I think it is. If there's someone who'd take up that work I'd be happy to incorporate it into cljdoc in one way or another.

holyjak05:04:55

That sounds as a fun and useful project :) My time is quite limited but perhaps I could help. Is the idea to have cljdoc as the ultimate docs site for libraries and Clojure itself, with examples and notes? Q2: why Grimoire and not whatever is behind clojuredocs?

martinklepsch17:04:35

So far most work has been put towards library documentation and not Clojure itself. There are docs for Clojure itself (it’s just a library in that sense) but it might make sense to provide a more adjusted UI like the one on http://conj.io https://cljdoc.org/d/org.clojure/clojure/1.10.0-RC4/doc/changelog

martinklepsch17:04:41

Perhaps that could also inform future improvements UI stuff for library documentation

martinklepsch23:04:32

IIRC Reid has mentioned in the past that he'd like to hand it off.