The Programming Language Quiz was a Cops and Robbers challenge posted 2 years ago, where users were challenged to create obfuscated Hello, World! programs, and others tried to identify the language(s) in which those programs worked.
The post is currently closed to new cops submissions (although new answers can be posted, there isn't really a point), and given that a lot has changed in 2 years, I believe that posting a second iteration of the challenge could lead to some interesting answers, from languages not yet seen. For instance, there are 216 answers (many of which use the same languages) on the current thread, yet we have almost 400 languages available on Try It Online!, all of which need a Hello, World! program to be added.
However, making the task for a new thread identical to the old one could allow some answers to be ported over (something that people weigh duplicates on) and could also allow accidental posting of similar answers to the old thread, which then get cracked easily, due to the old answer being revealed.
Finally, we do have a consensus that reposting questions is allowed under certain circumstances. That discussion is in regard to answer chaining questions, but (in my opinion) can apply to Cops and Robbers challenges as well.
Overall, I see three potential options:
- Repost The Programming Language Quiz with the same task
- Repost The Programming Language Quiz with a different, similarly trivial task.
- Don't repost The Programming Language Quiz
Of course, answers aren't limited to these three options; if you believe you have another idea, feel free to post it!