Isn't this better if you tell what patches you made?
I think this question deserves a better answer.
Of course, I can publish the patch (currently 43k).
However, I have two conditions.
First, I would like polite and constructive criticism for the rejected cases.
Second, more importantly, that the name and email of any and all who contribute to Lua be published in the commit.
Is it too much to ask?
I'm applying my optimization knowledge in a great and interesting case (Lua) and
I believe that the patch has a good things and a lot of nonsense.
Third objective, learn in the process.
And I publicly acknowledge that the strncmp case was not a great idea.