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Try/clojure is a lovely project, but the casual browser of clojure.org won't know how to interpret "TryClojure provides a browser-based Clojure REPL" and may not click through.
To elaborate, if I follow the path "clojure.org" -> "clojure.org/getting_started" as a new user, the term REPL is as yet undefined for me. So I won't know that "a browser-based Clojure REPL" means "play with some Clojure code in your browser."
On the other hand, if there's an edit box with code in it and a "run me" button, then it's pretty clear what I'm looking at.
Author of tryclj here. I just put this on iRC:
So, that's my story. I don't think tryclj is production enough to be on such a fancy Clojure website, particularly as an an introductory first-glance for more.. professional folks.
I'm going to look for anyone to help me maintain the site as per the above IRC quote, and I will eventually get to it, but for now... Eh. I have grand, beautiful plans with dropping clojail and going JVM-per-session scalability, but it'll take a bit.