If you don't know what to say(or are you chatting on the site itself?), let me additionally ask: what libraries would you want in such be standard?
Tbh, i don't use much of the type of library they'd want to standardize. I do frequently use iterate
to me, when i asked about whether any library had #'if-use, #'if-with #'when-with macros. The macros names of anaphora are awful, which why i still use my own macros. Alexandria
i don't use currently, but should check again, i don't get why it doesn't have #'setf- and does have #'maxf, #'minf, since with #'setf- (setf- min to-set other..), (setf- max to-set other...) would express more that you modify to the maximum of it, and other values.(And this concept applies to other functions too.) Alexandria does already have just about the same goal a standard library has though.defclass*
might be a good idea, CLOS notation for classes can get rather tedious.. haven't used that either though, it's not that
tedious, besides, specifying data structures is like daydreaming about what could be.
A library treating strings vectors and lists as sequences, and plists, assoc lists and hash tables as dictionaries, where the different implementations of the same thing are chosen when you chose the type, would be handy too. I mean, the implementations are only different for optimalization, so the choice which one it is should involve as little source code as possible. Dunno if it already exists though.