Vladimir Sedach is an active open-source Common Lisp developer and proponent, as well as a computing philosopher to some extent. At his carcaddar blog he writes about decentralized social networks, forgotten bits of computer history and, surely, Lisp. He is the maintainer or originator of a few open-source libraries like parenscript and Eager-Future2, and works on Vacietis C-to-Lisp compiler, which he describes in more detail in the interview. Together with Andrey Moskvitin they were the driving force behind 2012 cliki update effort (see cliki2).
Mar 06, 13