Q2 2019 Survey Results and Call for Proposals

Thanks so much for your support and feedback in the latest survey. We value your opinions and always take suggestions into account as we make changes from quarter to quarter.

Project applications for our Q2 2019 round close on 15th Apr, midnight PST. The selections will be announced shortly afterwards. The Q2 2019 projects will start on May 1.

Survey Responses

There were 56 respondents to the survey, down from 67 in the last survey. The highlights are presented below.

Which Clojure dialects do you regularly use?

Which platforms do you target?

What areas of Clojure would you like to see improvement in?

The main things people were interested in:

If you work on any of these kinds of projects, please look at applying for funding.

Are there any particular libraries, tools, or projects that are important to you that you would like to see supported?

shadow-cljs, CIDER, ClojureScript, re-frame, clojure.spec, fulcro, Pathom

If you’re a maintainer of any of these projects, please consider applying.

Have you seen any direct benefits from improvements to the projects we have funded?

About 23 of responses have seen direct benefits.

How would you like us to allocate our funding?

75% of respondents wanted us to fund a mix of established and speculative projects, and 25% wantes us to only fund established projects. This is roughly the same as our Q4 2018 survey. In Q1 2019 the mix was 8020.

What are we doing well, what could we be doing better?

Doing well:

Could do better:

We’re still looking at ways we can tailor our funding to better match the needs of OSS projects. We were hoping to offer different funding models for our Q2 funding round, but weren’t able to get it ready in time.

If you’d like to see more companies sponsor Clojurists Together, please reach out to them and encourage them to join.