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Re: Brand new clojure support in Emacs ;-)

From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: Re: Brand new clojure support in Emacs ;-)
Date: Mon, 04 Sep 2023 05:30:11 +0300

> Date: Sun, 03 Sep 2023 22:59:46 +0200
> From: "Bozhidar Batsov" <bozhidar@batsov.dev>
> Cc: "Philip Kaludercic" <philipk@posteo.net>,
>  João Távora <joaotavora@gmail.com>,
>  "Richard Stallman" <rms@gnu.org>, "Danny Freeman" <danny@dfreeman.email>,
>  "Emacs Devel" <emacs-devel@gnu.org>,
>  "Manuel Uberti" <manuel.uberti@inventati.org>
> That's good to hear and it sounds fairly reasonable to me. I'm guessing that 
> the hardest part will be
> getting everyone to sign the CA, as there were quite a few contributors over 
> the years. (and ideally
> we'll need some simple way to get new contributors to sign the CA - I'm not 
> sure what's the process
> these days)  

The process is to ask contributors to sign the CA if their
contribution exceeds 15 lines of non-trivial code.

> One more thing that came to mind is how are we going to deal with updates of 
> package that happen
> between Emacs major releases. I'm guessing that clojure-mode should also be 
> available on GNU
> ELPA, so users can update to the latest version, right? 


> If you don't mind - I'd like to ask to put the topic on hold for a bit here, 
> so I can discuss it properly with
> the other members of clojure-emacs and hear how they feel about it. If you 
> truly believe that it'd be
> important to include clojure-mode in Emacs we'll consider this carefully. I 
> hope you'll agree that's not
> super time sensitive and there's no need to make hasty decisions. 

Sure, take your time, and thanks.

> Despite the unpleasant tone of the conversation at times, I'm trying to keep 
> an open mind here and I
> appreciate everyone who has provided some constructive opinions to the 
> discussion. 

Thank you.

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