This Wiki site is for all users of Lisp-family languages to add information, and especially for information relevant to the Association of Lisp Users or that will some day be published on the official ALU web site.

List of some of the topics on the wiki:

If you have a computer, chances are there is a Lisp implementation available for it, if it isn't running one already. The ALU wiki has lists of Lisp implementations categorized by intended use and features provided:

When you create a page, please look at which of these topics may be applicable for it, and add any new topics in the page to this list. This will help us to standardize a topic list instead of ending up with fragmentation where different people have used different terms. Topics may be renamed if you want to do the work renaming them. It may be appropriate to partake in the Meta-discussion before doing anything too unilateral.