Because I thought some of you here might care, here's what I said in a topic on The Helper: In another thread, someone commented about having someone else work on vJASS (at least that's what I think he implied), so I replied that I had been planning to make a language built specifically as a "holy crap, I'm bored so I'm making this" kind of project. But for an hour or so, I started thinking. We could really, REALLY use a new language. cJASS is broken last I heard, and it seems vJASS has a lot of bugs (I don't pay attention to this stuff unless it directly affects me, so meh. :/ ), and each are developed by a single person. I personally believe this is very inefficent, and by making a new language, with a team of people working on it, we can create a brand-new language, which has minimal bugs and/or issues, has frequent updates, cross-platform, and has the features people want. So I mainly want to ask this: Would you want a brand new language, which has all the features that vJASS currently has (and cJASS, possibly.), built into a fast compiler, which has as few as possible bugs (hopefully, at least.). (Now, despite what I had said about having a team work on this, I'd be more than happy develop the language and build the parser myself. I just need input on features.) PS: This will be written in C, and will be as cross-platform as possible.