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On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 1:34 AM, Alexander Gladysh <> wrote:
> Hi, list!
> Announcing lua-hiredis release 0.1.
> This MIT-licensed Lua module binds hiredis[1] C client library for
> Redis[2] server.
> [...]

Quoting a recent post by Sam Roberts:

On Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 5:30 AM, Sam Roberts <> wrote:
> (pulled from a conversation about clue because its unrelated, and that
> threads probably being ignored)
> A general suggestion to people making announcements of source
> on this list - assuming you are announcing it so that people who can
> enjoy its use will notice.
> lua-l is getting high traffic, and checking out other people's
> libraries to see what their value
> proposition is is time consuming. A few lines about what it does is
> useful.
> Its particularly useful if you can know if the source is
> useful or not based only on the contents of the email.
> Announcements about "binding to foozit-3", should say what foozit-3 is for, so
> readers who've never heard of foozit might realize its what they've always
> wanted and never knew existed.
> Announcements of alternatives to existing libraries (yet another
> bitop, unit test,
> binding approach, etc.), should mention some of the distinctive features vs
> its competitors.

Please, *please* do follow that kind request. Adding one short
sentence on what the wrapped library actually does would make quite a
few people happier.

Thanks in advance.
Mateusz Czapliński