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"Matthew P. Del Buono" <> writes:
> But if that's what they want, then by all means, it's their decision.

No reason users can't show their displeasure though.  Given that they
already support Lua, and multiple extension languages generally, they
may decide that continuing official support for Lua is worth it after

[There's no denying that Python, creaky and clumsy may it be, has
"momentum", lots of users, libraries, etc]


A zen-buddhist walked into a pizza shop and
said, "Make me one with everything."