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I would say, this seems to be a generic problem of Lua projects. Not only those in LuaForge.

The best way - this is just an idea - would be a starring system that would allow people to "vote for" high quality code they've found useful. Alongside the starring, there should be tags for "Lua 5.0", "Lua 5.1" and so forth. Even free form commentary like what allows, would be great.

LuaForge is using a ready-made platform so I don't think adding new features would be trivial. Maybe, should LuaForge be (re)made in Lua itself? ;)


George Petsagourakis kirjoitti 18.6.2008 kello 21:44:

There is a big number of projects that are on the system but
haven't produced anything in their lifetime. Why are they still there?

Is there any administration function inbuilt to the forge system to email the owners if they want to keep the project or not after a specific period?

Shouldn't this be taken care of in order to prevent the ghost projects?

Keeping only the active projects will help luaforge to raise the overall quality.