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On Wed, Sep 18, 2013 at 5:39 PM, Pierre Chapuis <> wrote:
> I thought about this. Counting on something like "downvotes" is
> probably not a good idea so I would like to have two "social" things
> for each module: comments and a "recommend" button which would mean
> "I use this and it is good".

Well, Facebook have grown very big on exactly this insight! They do
not have a 'dislike' button...

The key thing is to have lots of people participating, adding modules
and 'opening the floor' to discussions about them.

Lapis sounds interesting - I'm a fan of Leaf's work and we do need
more Lua frameworks for the web, which is where a lot of the sexy
stuff happens in the language space.  The desktop seems to be becoming
a 2nd class cititzen; the browser and the server is attracting all the