I read once that it takes 21 days to create a new habit, and I have been posting here for 31 days now, so I guess this is a new habit for me.

When I started this blog I did so in order to be useful to the Clojure community, which today is small, friendly, smart, and it is growing fast. I still intend to be useful and this is the reason for this post.

I am reaching out to you my reader for advice on what would make this site more useful to you and the community. I have thought of a few things:

  1. Create a section for clojure projects. Many projects are springing up that are either built in Clojure or are tools for Clojure
  2. Write more original articles (I am planning on creating more time for myself to be able to write more about clojure... stay tuned)
  3. Maybe create some sort of forum? -- there is already an awesome list for clojure, so that would be redundant.
What do you think?

If you have any tips that you want to share, please post them in the comments section. I will be giving some more thought to the potential new features in the coming weeks, but I’d love to hear from you.