I notice that there are references to Smalltalk in the documentation as well as syntactic similarities to Smalltalk in SkookumScript. I am sure that others have made these observations as well. I was wondering, what is the team’s history with the language? Are there plans to make SkookumScript more like Smalltalk in some ways? Are there ideas to improve on Smalltalk’s legacy with SkookumScript? In what ways has Smalltalk influenced the language? I have not programmed much in Smalltalk, but I am quite interested in how people who use it believe that programming should be as live and interactive as possible on modern machines.