- CLOCC - The Common Lisp Open Code Collection
- CLiki - the common lisp wiki
- CMU Common Lisp Repository
- Planet Lisp
- The Common Lisp Directory
- CL-PPCRE - portable Perl-compatible regular expressions for Common Lisp
- LML - Common Lisp Markup Language
- UFFI - Lisp Universal Foreign Function Interface
The purpose of this article is not to change anyone's mind, but to reassure people already interested in using Lisp— people who know that Lisp is a powerful language, but worry because it isn't widely used.
apache + mod_lisp + cmucl + lml + cl-ppcre + clsql + mysql... Below, I describe the way I created this site, which includes dynamically created content, served from a mysql database. The approach I describe is by no means the only way to use lisp programs to serve web pages. There are complete http servers written in lisp: CL-HTTP, araneida, AllegroServe, portable allegroserve, and others. Le Sursis uses lisp to handle CGI requests, and employs a markup language similar to lml. IMHO uses apache with mod_lisp or mod_webapp.