Hi Erik, The website looks great! (sorry, slow response).
Can you add my PicoLisp libraries page to the http://picolisp.com/wiki/?Documentation page as well? http://aw.github.io/picolisp/ Thanks! AW On Thu, Mar 24, 2016 at 3:34 PM, Erik Gustafson <erik.d.gustaf...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi List, > > I'm very excited to announce that the redesigned PicoLisp > wiki is now running on the server! Have a look: > > http://picolisp.com > > In my (slightly biased) opinion, PicoLisp has one of the > coolest programming language websites out there now. It's > sleek and modern and should be very accessible from any > device. Changes to the code base were minimal (mostly > CSS), so it still works great with text-based browsers > as well. > > But don't let the new paint job fool you. The wiki has > much more to offer! I spent a lot of time going through > the mail archives, finding the most helpful threads and > turning them into new articles. I've tried to organize > the documentation to be most helpful to newcomers, to > set them on a clear path from beginner to lisp wizard. > > I'd love any feedback. How's the design feel? The copy? > I tried my best to incorporate all the feedback I got > from the initial homepage mockup I posted a few months > ago. > > Note that there are still some rough spots in some of > the articles/pages. I plan to fill that out in the > coming weeks and continue to refine the content, > hopefully with your help! As such, please hold off on > posting to Reddit, HN, etc. for a bit. And if there is > anything that seems to be missing, or you'd like to find > a spot for something you've been working, let me know. > > So thanks to all of you for the great discussion over > the years! It's been a lot fun and I've learned a ton. > Finally, many thanks to Alex, not only for helping me > better understand the wiki and put it back together, > but for PicoLisp in general. > > Cheers y'all, > Erik >