This guide covers:
- The Official Clojure mailing lists
- IRC channel
- Documentation sites
- Clojure User Groups around the globe
- Conferences about or related to Clojure
- Various Community sites about Clojure (subreddit, etc)
Clojure Mailing Lists
Clojure IRC Channels
- Clojuredocs: Clojure API reference, with examples
- Clojure API Cheatsheet
- Clojure Koans
- GetClojure: Tens of thousands of searchable Clojure examples mined from all over the internet.
Videos About Clojure
- Full Disclojure is a series of screencasts about Clojure
- Clojure Concurrency Tutorial
- Clojure Inside Out from O'Reilly
- Clojure Koans Walkthroughs
- Clojure Fundamentals
- Clojure Tutorials by Tim Baldridge
Podcasts About Clojure
- Mostly λazy… a Clojure podcast by Chas Emerick
- Cognicast by Craig Andera often discusses topics relevant to Clojure and ClojureScript.
- Clojure.org: the official website
- Planet Clojure: aggregator of selected Clojure-related blog posts
- Clojure at Rosetta Code
- Clojure Confluence wiki
- The Clojure Toolbox: a categorized directory of libraries and tools for Clojure
- 4Clojure: Clojure exercise problems
- Exercism.io: Peer-reviewed Clojure exercises
In no particular order:
- Clojure/conj, aka "the Conj"
- StrangeLoop (not about Clojure but often has strong Clojure community presence)
- Lambda Jam (also not about Clojure but has strong Clojure community presence)
See the Clojure Confluence wiki for full details on how core development is handled.
Coordination of development efforts happen on the development mailing list, on the Confluence wiki, and make use of the JIRA bug and issue tracker.
Although Clojure and the contrib libraries all have homes at GitHub, pull-requests are not accepted. All core development happens via JIRA, patches and the Confluence wiki.