scheme-script organization created Lassi Kortela (26 Jun 2021 11:15 UTC)
Re: scheme-script organization created Vladimir Nikishkin (26 Jun 2021 11:20 UTC)
Re: scheme-script organization created Marc Nieper-Wi├čkirchen (26 Jun 2021 11:54 UTC)
Re: scheme-script organization created Marc Nieper-Wi├čkirchen (26 Jun 2021 19:07 UTC)

Re: scheme-script organization created Vladimir Nikishkin 26 Jun 2021 11:20 UTC

I am not very sure what is meant by scheme-script.
Is my filesystem tree graph generator
https://gitlab.com/Lockywolf/scsh-xattr-mindmap a valid candidate for
inclusion?
It is in chibi and (probably) is Linux-specific in that it needs xattrs.

On Sat, 26 Jun 2021 at 19:15, Lassi Kortela <xxxxxx@lassi.io> wrote:
>
> There finally exists <https://github.com/scheme-script>. I've meant to
> make this for a long time, but didn't get around to it until now.
>
> This is an organization for collecting Scheme scripts (small
> command-line programs) that are hopefully useful to more than one
> person. Goals:
>
> - Show that Scheme is a good scripting language.
>
> - Find ways to make it a better scripting language.
>
> - Aim for portable scripts where that isn't too hard to do, but starting
> from scripts that run in a single Scheme implementation is fine.
>
> - R5RS, R6RS, and R7RS all fair game.
>
> - The name of the organization comes from `#! /usr/bin/env
> scheme-script`. This convention has existed for a long time, but we
> haven't figured out a scheme-script implementation that is useful for
> writing complex, portable scripts. If the scheme-script organization
> amasses a big collection of non-trivial scripts, we will have a good
> body of work that shows what features are needed in a useful
> `scheme-script`. A SRFI could then be written from that basis.
>
> It doesn't cost anything to add people to the organization, so I'm happy
> to add anyone known from the SRFI lists or IRC who wants to join and add
> some of their scripts. Hopefully peer review will gradually improve our
> homegrown scripts to be more useful and polished.
>
> https://gitlab.com/scheme-script is still available. If someone prefers
> to use GitLab instead of GitHub, please register that organization. We
> could also make a simple site under scheme.org eventually.

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Yours sincerely, Vladimir Nikishkin
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