ClojureWerkz is a growing collection of open source Clojure libraries that share a common vision:
and several others.
ClojureWerkz tries to make a collection of well maintained idiomatic libraries for practical purposes (data store clients, messaging, data validation, email, etc) that are also well documented, released under the same business-friendly license, built from the ground up for Clojure 1.4+ and run continuous integration against multiple Clojure versions and JDKs.
We've developed them over the years of using Clojure and we hope it can serve as an example for the rest of the Clojure community. Or at least they don't suck.
ClojureWerkz tries to challenge this and make the Clojure community a better place.
Michael Klishin, Alex P, and Zack Maril with contributions from Clojure developers around the globe.
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