21 votes
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Let's start a "language-of-the-month" event

Let's do this! This is a nice idea; there is nothing to lose but the potential to gain a lot. My only concern with DLosc's proposal was that one month might be a bit long for some languages and ...
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16 votes
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Should we allow people to nominate their own language for Language of the Month?

Yes: The intention of the language of the month was to generate interest in obscure languages made by ppcg users Whereas, many of us are the inventors of said interesting languages, and would like ...
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16 votes

Nominations for Language of the Month

R R is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics. It compiles and runs on a wide variety of UNIX platforms, Windows and MacOS. It is available on Try it Online! Why is it a ...
14 votes
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Should the Language of the Month post be an "Upcoming event"?

Yes LotM is indeed an event with a defined period, and if being an event does free up one slot for featured/hot meta posts, why not :)
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13 votes
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Reviving Language of the Month: Pick up where we left off, or start over?

Start a new thread, but let R be LotM for September In the interests of having cake and also eating it: The main problem with starting a new thread is the lack of an obvious winner for September. ...
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12 votes

Nominations for Language of the Month

Cubically Cubically is an esolang created by me, MD XF, designed to work with Rubik's Cubes. Interpreter - Documentation - GitHub Organization - Chatroom - Try it Online! Why? Cubically is ...
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12 votes

Language of the Month for May 2018: MATL

List of all MATL solutions posted in May Detect rectangular text with rectangular code by Luis Mendo Weighted average - the pressup trend problem by DJMcMayhem Bringing a pair of integers to equality ...
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11 votes

Should we allow people to nominate their own language for Language of the Month?

Also Yes: Nothing wrong with the other answer, but I would like to propose an alternate change rather than no change. I think self-nomination is valid and well within the spirit of the event. The goal ...
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11 votes

Language of the Month for April 2018: Brain-Flak

List of all Brain-Flak solutions posted in April 1, 2, Fizz, 4, Buzz by Jo King Arbitrary-length currying by BMO Color count, sorted by occurences by Kamil Drakari Expand Compressed Brain-Flak by Jo ...
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11 votes
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Language of the Month for May 2021: Vyxal

List of all Vyxal solutions posted in May 2021 (First time posters highlighted in bold, and bounty claimers in italics) Round away from zero by Aaron Miller Write a program with infinite expected ...
10 votes

Language of the Month for March 2018: Brachylog

List of all Brachylog solutions posted in March Implement a Truth-Machine by Martin Ender ID generator with no matching contiguous pairs by Zgarb Non-discriminating Programming by Erik the Outgolfer ...
9 votes

Language of the month for October 2020: Husk

List of all Husk solutions posted in October (First time posters highlighted in bold) ...
8 votes

Nominations for Language of the Month

Gaia Interpreter | Documentation | Online Interpreter Gaia is a stack-based golfing language created by PPCG user Business Cat about a year ago, in late May 2017. There are a couple of things that ...
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7 votes

Language of the Month for June 2021: Red

List of all Red solutions posted in June 2021 Please put first posts in bold and place "(bounty?)" afterwards to request a bounty Print “N NE E SE S SW W NW” by Wasif Implement a Truth-...
7 votes

Language of the Month for June 2022: J-uby

List of all J-uby answers posted in June 2022 `lol` is an ambigram, `dad` isn't by badatgolf Reverse hex cipher by Razetime Sum of all integers from 1 to n by Steffan Find the Factorial! by ...
6 votes

Nominations for Language of the Month

Attache Try it online! ~ Documentation ~ In-progress tutorial ~ Chat room Attache is a practical language most similar to Mathematica in terms of basic syntax, but features much terser syntactic ...
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6 votes

Language of the Month for August 2021: K

List of all K solutions posted in August 2021 Enlarge ASCII art, Mark II by A username Triangle-style sequences by wasif Connect Four Validator by Bubbler Build me a room by Traws Build me a room ...
6 votes
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Language of the Month for October 2021: Lean

List of all Lean solutions posted in October 2021 (First time posters highlighted in bold) Replace twos with threes by Wheat Witch Is it a row of Pascal's triangle? by Wheat Witch What an Odd ...
6 votes
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Language of the Month for January 2022: Add++

List of all Add++ answers posted in January 2022 (first-time posters in bold) add entries in the form: ...
6 votes

Language of the Month for May 2022: Desmos

List of all Desmos answers posted in May 2022 Shift right by half a bit by Steffan Convert angle to clock time by Steffan Reverse and square by Steffan Is this a Function? by fireflame241 Halve ...
6 votes

Language of the Month for July 2022: Piet

List of all Piet answers posted in July 2022 Print the ASCII Code page by Aiden Chow Division and remainder by Steffan Semidivisibility by Steffan Divisibility test by Steffan Output the hours at ...
6 votes
Accepted

Language of the Month for November 2022: J

List of all J answers posted in November 2022 (Bolded means bountied) Indexize a number by south The Art of Word Shaping by Jonah Power sequence differences by south Unslice a string by Jonah Nth ...
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6 votes

Language of the Month for December 2022: Pip

List of all Pip answers posted in December 2022 Subtract my odds from my evens by Steffan Construct the Identity Matrix by Steffan CGAC2022 Day 1: Let's build a chocolate pyramid! by Aiden Chow ...
5 votes

Language of the Month for July 2018: Japt

List of all Japt solutions posted in July (First time posters highlighted in bold) Implement Malbolge's “crazy” operator by Shaggy Concatenating n with n + 1 by Bubbler Pleasanortmanteaus by Kamil ...
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5 votes

Language of the Month for June 2018: QBasic

List of all QBasic solutions posted in June Diamond creator + by Corwin Fjeldstrom Print a Tabula Recta by DLosc Exchange capitalization by DLosc What surrounds my Minesweeper tile? by Erik the ...
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5 votes

Nominations for Language of the Month, Take 2

Nibbles Nibbles is a language designed to be very good at golf by having half byte instructions rather than hundreds of built-ins. Because each instruction is half a byte and expressible as a regular ...
5 votes

Nominations for Language of the Month, Take 2

Arn Arn is a rather new J-like language I designed back in mid-August (2020). It's designed to beat out its inspiration and also be competitive against other, older golfing languages. Reasons it does ...
5 votes
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Language of the Month for April 2021: Vim

List of all Vim solutions posted in April 2021 (First time posters highlighted in bold) Is it a pangram? by Leo Follow a linked list by Leo Reverse stdin and place on stdout by Razetime ...
5 votes

Language of the Month for July 2021: ARM

List of all ARM solutions posted in July 2021 Hello, World! by Bubbler Sum square difference by Bubbler Inverse deltas of an array by Bubbler Recursive Z-matrix by m90 How many Sets are there? by ...

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