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With Datomic going free (thank you!), that's one less special configuration required for a password protected Maven repository.

Any chance dev-local will end up in Maven Central as well like datomic-free used to be? This would make initial dev setup much easier as developers would not need to configure any password protected Maven repositories to get started.

Having dev-local in Maven central would make it possible to jump directly into development on something like lambdaisland/plenish without any additional setup.

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Hi Byron!

We're moving in that direction. But the next task we are working on is freeing Datomic Cloud. I do not yet have details for dev-local, but changes are coming.


Circling back to share the announcement here! https://blog.datomic.com/2023/08/datomic-local-is-released.html