Ok, so what's the policy about moving non-free-software stuff from cliki to alu? I suppose it's rather clear for proprietary lisp software. But what about fringe stuff like the Henry Baker page, or Lisp NG? What about "personal pages" of CLiki contributors? (Hey, I just used a different nickname between here and the original CLiki.) -Faré
CLiki is "a collection of links to and resources for free software implemented in Common Lisp and available on Unix-like systems"
The ALU site is "produced by the ALU with and on behalf of the Common Lisp users and vendors community"
See this comp.lang.lisp post for more details, and exercise your judgement and good taste.
Would it be possible to increase the size of the textarea in the "Edit" page? The HTML code specifies 80 columns, but I only see 50 in my browser, probably because the stylesheet limits its width to 390 pixels. It's pretty hard to edit long pages in such a small window. -AR
Another idea: Create an RSS feed for the "Recent Changes".