I don't think there's one - there tends to be no magical source of gigs. It tends to boil down to who you are. Or luck.
HN who's hiring at most?
https://newlambda.com was launched this year, don't know how it went
(side thought: there's probably a startup opportunity in the freelance gigs sector; both sides of the equation tend to be frustrated. But solving the problem needs something more sophisticated than yet another platform/job-board)
Thanks, @vemv! When you say start up opportunity, are you thinking something just for Clojure devs? Or a platform that better matches devs with their technical desires
the latter 🙂 my thinking (which I don't mind sharing) is that companies will get flooded with spam no matter what they post. People can just lie to get the gig, ruining the scene for everyone else. So I would validate freelancers against factual, checkable things like legal papertrail, github contributions, etc. There are a bunch of 'filter-heavy' platforms but I think they don't have the right focus. Also I would encourage that projects are developed in the open (FOSS), even if paid and for private purposes. It would help unlocking the current deadlock (few trusted freelancers -> no gigs -> fewer trusted freelancers)
(for making sense of what I say, bear in mind that freelancer != remote worker, whatever the contract says)