For the past few weeks I've been working on Strema, a hobby programming language I developed live on stream. It's been a great experience and I'm proud of what I was able to accomplish in the short time I've worked on it.
I've been wanting to make Giml for a long time, and I had Giml in mind when I initially designed Strema. Building Strema was also kind of a prototype for Giml. I feel the prototype was a success and Strema has grown sufficiently close to what I had in mind for Giml, so I've decided to shift gears and focus my interest on building Giml instead.
Giml resembles Haskell in terms of syntax and semantics more closely than Strema (for example, Giml is purely functional where Strema is not), though Giml is also strict where Haskell in non-strict, and Giml is much leaner in terms of features than Haskell.
I will continue to stream work on Giml, at least for the next few weeks. I hope to make it a hobby programming language I can be proud of, and I hope people who've been interested in Strema will find Giml just as interesting, if not more :)