uri-template and Eager Future are now available on github and both have received updates:
uri-template got a new release, and now uses named-readtables to provide a modular way to use reader macros. I think named-readtables is a really big deal. If your library defines reader macros, start using named-readtables today. Once it is widely adopted, named-readtables can be used to facilitate things like a global move to readtable-case :invert.
I am working on some new, interesting features for Eager Future, but
getting stumped by how finalizers and
interact in SBCL. Any help appreciated (I posted the problem description
In local news, Montreal Clojure user's group will be hosting their first meeting October 26.
In less Lisp-related news, Foulab is hosting a demo party November 27.