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On Thu, Jul 10, 2014 at 11:37 PM, Michael Richter <> wrote:

On 11 July 2014 12:32, Aaron Faanes <> wrote:
Lua's biggest downside is …
The lack of public access to real-time development is a significant impediment to public involvement. 

It's amazing how perspectives can differ.  To me this is a selling point.

To each their own. ;) I mean, I'm not for a free-for-all commit access or anything, but they could at least publish their git/svn/whatever-they-use repo and give us an opportunity to see how things are progressing. It would also give others an opportunity to patch against the latest development release (which I imagine is much more useful for upstream than patching against a maintained release, which to them is old code).

Aaron Faanes <>