A key component of made Python so popular is the creation of PyPi, the Python package index. A 'cured', reliable source of libraries on all sorts of uses (device protocols, numerical tools, etc.), along with an accompanying installation tool like pip (in Linux), that is aceptable throughout the Lua community will go a long way in making Lua a lot more useful.
Another suggestion is to focus Lua on a particular application domain. One suggestion is IoT in, say, healthcare or renewable energy. Lua is a very resource efficient language that can fit well in current and upcoming embedded processors.
On Mon, Jan 20, 2020 at 1:00 PM Fernando Jefferson <[hidden email]> wrote:
Comments like these will help to improve our project !
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Em 2020-01-20 15:16, Tom Freund escreveu:
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On Mon, Jan 20, 2020 at 10:00 AM Fernando Jefferson
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> The UpLua Project has already started through two activities. One of them is a course, where here people of different ages and areas of activity, including high school students, begin to learn how to program using Lua.
Got a link to the course? I couldn't find it with a web search.
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