On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 6:30 PM, Hisham <email@example.com>
> agree that the right thing to do would be for CGILua to change itsJust a clarification: by "as well" I meant that IMO none of the two
> name as well,
projects should be called "CGILua" anymore (the original CGILua,
because it has long outgrown CGI -- I remember discussions about this
back when I was in Rio working with the Kepler Project but no one
could settle on a new name, and the current name already had a good
deal of mindshare; and the new "CGI.Lua", because of the impending
confusion with the well-established CGILua).
And ironically, it looks like CGI.lua (or should I say, LunarCGI) goes the same way ;-)
However, it will still focus on CGI, although it will just provide a little tiny wee bit more than just raw, grey, boring CGI.
AFAIK the history is that it started by working via CGI but the
On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 2:17 PM, Sebastien Lai <firstname.lastname@example.org
> "LunaCGI" is a great name, actually.. and I guess I'll use it. I just find
> it kind of awkward that KP maintains a project clearly labeled as "CGILua",
> which does everything but CGI. God knows what they were thinking...
project evolved over time to work over many different interfaces and
the name just stuck.
Yes. It was a poor choice of words of mine to say that KP should change the name... but I suppose you get the Idea.
I'd like to announce that CGI.lua is shall now be refered to as "LunarCGI" - I hope that settles it for now! ;-)