Ring 1.0.0 Released (via @planetclojure) -- This is bigger than when GMail went out of beta. Congrats Mark and James!
A Leiningen dependency-tree "hello world" (via @cemerick) -- A lot of changes are going into Leiningen 2.0 these days, furious development it seems. What we can see here is the kernel of a feature to see all the dependency tree of a project from Leiningen itself without having to drop to Maven (ugh!), although this code is using aether, which is part of Maven.
Rich Hickey will be speaking at Clojure/West (via @ClojureWest) -- Very very nice!
introducing knockbox (via @reiddraper) -- "It’s a library meant to make dealing with conflict-resolution in eventually-consistent databases easier. If you’re not familiar with eventual-consistency, I’d suggest this article by Amazon CTO Werner Vogels [...] Distributed databases like Riak let you trade consistency for availability." This is actually one of the main pain points of highly scalable databases, no? Interesting work.