With the demise of BMG, I had an idea for a new chat event. For now, I'm calling it "Make You a Lang for Great Good", but that is beside the point. This event would focus on one of the largest aspects of the CGCC: language creation. Recently, there has been an influx of new languages being created, from rSN to flax to Vyxal 3 to Wellscripted. This chat event would encourage the creation and development of home-made languages. The developers will get to show off the features of the language, the other people can play around with it, and ideas can be spread. This might even accelerate the development of the first 4th generation golfing language. I have proposed this on chat, and got no negative comments, so here goes...
If there's one thing I've noticed is hard to do well, it's asking other people for feedback on things like golfing language built-ins, syntax choices and language construction. Most times, messages requesting feedback just fall to the wayside, drowned out by either a) other conversations, or b) a lack of interest.
This event has the chance to help language developers get the help they need, as well as create community initiatives so that we as a generation of code golfers can come together and do cool stuff that future users will see and say "wow that's cool!". Ideally, MYAL would also accustom people to giving language design feedback outside of the event, eventually making the meta-game of code golf a prominent feature of site culture once again.