I've been using Emacs for quite a number of years now, but I only recently stumbled over the coding standards. There it is stated:
Don't make a habit of putting close-parentheses on lines by themselves; Lisp programmers find this disconcerting.
This is exactly the habit I've built up, since I find the code to be easier to read. I see mixed styles in the packages delivered with Emacs. My question is if this disconcert is common to most elisp programmers.
Edit: Looking at my code, I'm not strictly following this. Then the code would be quite horrible. It's mostly defun, let, if and so forth. But, it seems to be against the grain, so I should probably stop doing this. Cheers for the input.
(Borderline opinion based, but it seems related to closing braces in C++, where it shouldn't be controversial to state that they generally should be on their own lines).