I posted this call for contributors to Reddit. Maybe there are many people 
like me there, who don't read this group regularly. 
Anyway, it seems a fun idea. Count me in. 

On Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 10:59:07 AM UTC+2, James Laver wrote:
> (bump)
> At the minute, including myself there are five volunteers. If we don't get 
> a few more, we just won't have enough material to do this, which would be a 
> shame.
> Come on clojure community, we can do this!
> /j
> On Sunday, October 9, 2016 at 2:00:41 PM UTC, James Laver wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> In the model of http://perladvent.org/2015/ and many other "let's look 
>> at a programming shiny every day" projects, I thought I'd try to do a 
>> clojure advent this year. The overall theme for this year is planned to be 
>> a showcase libraries available on clojars, so every day we'll do something 
>> practical/fun/astonishing/elegant with a library or two from clojars.
>> If you're interested in contributing a day, please let me know offlist. 
>> Let your imagination run wild and let's get some people wanting clojure 
>> books for christmas!
>> Cheers,
>> James

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