Who runs this?
articulate-lisp.com is designed to fill a gap in the current (2012-2015) resources for getting started with Common Lisp. It's the work of mostly one person (Paul Nathan) so far, and represents his best efforts and knowledge at this point in time.
In particular, the style and idioms should not be taken as some mythical best practice, only what has worked for the author in the past.
Feedback of all sorts will be gratefully welcomed. Contributions and bug reports should be done via the Github location for maximum coordination.
Authors, ordered alphabetically by first name:
- Christopher Carpenter
- Daniel Vedder
- Jeremiah LaRocco
- Jose Santos
- Martin Karlsson
- Paul Nathan
- Ralph Moritz