Extempore docs update (Summer 2017 edition)
Nov 29, 2017 • Ben Swift
It’s that time of year again—when teaching is over for the semester and I futz
about with Extempore infrastructure, tooling and documentation. Surely this
time I’ll get it all completely right, and 2018 will be the year of
on the desktop Extempore.
However, these are exciting times. There’s a new lurk
channel, others are getting involved with the
documentation process (join the
#extempore-docs channel), and there are some
cool language features in the pipeline (they work, but they’re not fast yet).
If you’d like to help out with any of the above, or if you just want to show us something cool you made, then let us know on the mailing list.