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From Morgan Hautman <morgan.haut...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Introduction
Date Thu, 24 Mar 2016 06:24:42 GMT
Hello David,

Welcome to the Karaf community!

Regards,
Morgan

2016-03-24 3:44 GMT+01:00 David Orme <djo@coconut-palm-software.com>:

> Hi JB et al:
>
> Inline.
>
> On Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 3:09 PM, Jean-Baptiste Onofré <jb@nanthrax.net>
> wrote:
>
> > to be clear: what's the purpose of your e-mail ?
> >
>
> Thanks for asking.
>
> As a shop, we're pretty new to Clojure, so initially we took the path of
> least resistance and deployed applications as uberjars.
>
> Now we're ready to grow up.  :-)
>
> And basically I think that a dynamic language like Clojure needs a dynamic
> modular runtime in order to deliver maximum benefit.
>
> So while I was writing the prior email there were two categories of things
> in the back of my mind:
>
> 1) Things I really need to do to make our existing portfolio of
> applications more maintainable, modular, serviceable, etc.
>
> 2) Features that would make the difference between getting the job done and
> really fulfilling the potential of putting dynamic (or dynamically
> compiled) languages inside a dynamic runtime--both at development and at
> runtime.
>
> But experience tells me that the most effective implementation of #2 will
> require a community, in every sense of that word.  So I wanted to see if
> this particular community finds the vision I attempted to articulate
> compelling and in any case to simply introduce myself since it seems
> there's a good chance I might be hanging out here awhile either way.  :-)
>
> The detailed technical responses are appreciated.   Unfortunately, my
> response will need to wait until tomorrow.  Look forward to writing more...
>

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