Of course, there may be private repositories which are larger (thus the weasel words "one of"). Corrections welcome. :-)
I wonder how their move away from clojure.typed has impacted code size.
But as Tim pointed out auditing of open source projects had most far smaller than 16k. Lamina a very feature rich library I think was on the order of 6k.
Perhaps I should have gone with "Clojure on planes" as my title.
I get 17k in your project with find . -name ".clj" | xargs wc -l but 8k if I run 'find . -name ".clj" | xargs egrep "[)\]]" 2> /dev/null | wc -l'.
If I just run `wc -l` on our project I get 35k lines.
8k SLOC is still a pretty impressive size project considering the audit of several open source projects that I did were mostly below 8k SLOC.
I'm pretty sure my code has more bugs than yours, though :-)
Anyway, very interesting presentation, thanks - it's great to see a project like this in a space I wouldn't have expected it. I'm very surprised (and pleased) to know that Clojure is on Boeing's approved language list - I'd love to know how that came about.
Then I summed both robinson and zaffre (0.4.0 branch) seeing as they both used to be part of the same project and have only recently been separated.