47 points by noch a year ago
Alexis King has become a paid Haskell developer and so the desire to add in the "good" parts to Racket has been the driving force for this idea. I really love how flexible Racket I really feel like Lisp is finally coming closer and closer to the Promise Land that was seen decades before.
We've updated the link from https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/racket-dev/2XHgXJtIb..., which points to this.
Wearing my RacketCon t-shirt today! Lots of talks at RacketCon were absolutely brain-melting, but King's talk was a standout. Cool stuff even if I understand roughly none of it.