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Nominations for Language of the Month, 2020 edition

We've decided to revive the Language of the Month event. We've also decided to start a new post for nominations. (You can see the old nominations post here.) So let's get to nominating! Procedure A ...
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Tips for launching a language

Having started writing my own golfing language, I noticed there is no tips page for launching a new language. Having seen how many languages have been made by this community, I wondered what advice ...
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Reviving Language of the Month: Pick up where we left off, or start over?

Language of the Month was fun. Then it died. Now there's interest in bringing it back! I had assumed that we would just go back to the original nominations thread and pick the top-voted answer as LotM ...
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Let's start a “language-of-the-month” event

Whereas, there are lots of interesting languages out there that might be fun to golf in, and Whereas, many of us are the inventors of said interesting languages, and would like to teach them to ...
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Should we allow people to nominate their own language for Language of the Month?

In a comment on the Language of the Month nominations thread, Peter Taylor raised a valid point: It might be worth prohibiting nominations of your own language. If a language is genuinely ...
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Language of the Month for March 2018: Brachylog

In accordance with our meta agreement to have a Language of the Month, and since the list of nominations has a single highest-voted entry as February nears its end, I am pleased to announce the very ...
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Language of the Month for May 2018: MATL

In accordance with our meta agreement to have a Language of the Month, and since the list of nominations had a single highest-voted entry at the beginning of May, we have a new featured language! ...
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Language of the Month for April 2018: Brain-Flak

In accordance with our meta agreement to have a Language of the Month, and since the list of nominations has a single highest-voted entry as March nears its end, I am pleased to announce the next ...
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Language of the Month for July 2018: Japt

In accordance with our meta agreement to have a Language of the Month, and since the list of nominations had a single highest-voted entry at the beginning of July, we have a new featured language! ...
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Language of the Month for June 2018: QBasic

In accordance with our meta agreement to have a Language of the Month, and since the list of nominations had a single highest-voted entry at the beginning of June, we have a new featured language! ...
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Language of the Month for September 2020: R

In accordance with our meta agreement to restart the Language of the Month with the top-voted nomination from the old nominations list, we have a new featured language! Throughout September 2020, our ...
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Language of the Month for August 2018: Self-modifying Brainfuck

In accordance with our meta agreement to have a Language of the Month, and since the list of nominations had a single highest-voted entry at the beginning of August, we have a new featured language! ...
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What javascript-only KoTH challenges have there been?

Alternative title: Look! I made a thing! The recent Formic Functions challenge was a lot of fun, and seems to have taken the concept of easy-to-run online javascript-based king-of-the-hill challenges ...
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Is Language of the Month dead?

The Languge of the Month series(?) started in March of this year, for the purpose of "to get more exposure for less-frequently used languages". Until August it seemed to be doing fine enough, though I ...