I don’t mean to inadvertently kill any conversations, but I wanted to point out
that there is an existing list of Racket projects on the Racket GitHub wiki:
It hasn’t seen an update in a while, so some of those may be solved or have
others working on them, but if you’re looking for projects I’d start by looking
William J. Bowman
> On Oct 11, 2017, at 10:12 PM, Eric Griffis <ded...@gmail.com> wrote:
> My name is Eric and I love Racket.
> I am 39 years old and have been writing software for 30 years. I studied
> metaprogramming and taught programming languages as a grad student. My sole
> academic publication is on semantics and provenance for distributed data
> science tools. These days, I teach elementary school kids why and how to care
> about "coding," which means so much more than just banging out text.
> Racket is special to me because it makes programming fun again. When it's
> time to get real work done, I want more people to reach for Racket first.
> This is my goal, so I'm making this call for projects or project ideas as a
> conversation starter.
> Does a killer app or library sorely need a Racket alternative?
> or worse?
> Is your professional community holding out on adopting Racket, and do you
> know why?
> Any amazing projects pitched at the conference?
> I enjoyed following the graph drawing thread a few weeks ago. A serious
> attempt at "better than graphviz" could be fun and worthwhile.
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