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On Sunday, January 24, 2016 at 07:54PM, Paul Merrell wrote:
> A gentle reminder that if you want people to share in the Lua library
> goodness you create, you need to list your library on the correct
> page.[1]
> It's helpful if you include in your description which versions of Lua
> your library has been tested with.

I'm not sure if this was specifically for me or a general reminder, but I'm
curious about it either way.

When I need a lua library, my first instinct isn't to go to that wiki at
all, but to go to LuaRocks[1]. And it's suprising to me that the wiki
doesn't even mention LuaRocks.

I'm wonder if this is just a cultural split between (relatively) newer and
older users of Lua. I'd be curious to hear other thoughts.



We have not been faced with the need to satisfy someone else's
requirements, and for this freedom we are grateful.
    Dennis Ritchie and Ken Thompson, The UNIX Time-Sharing System