Nice, indeed, it is first now in duckduckgo for me also. Impressive.
@vmagnin, @awvwgk if you are willing to help me port fortran90.org to fortran-lang.org, then we can put a banner at the top of each page there and redirect people to fortran-lang, and thus we get up in your results, as I can see fortran90.org is doing better there.
In terms of priorities, I personally believe the goal (for me) is to deliver in the English / U.S. part of the web first (and we are well on the way!) and only later worry about the rest of the world. I personally do not want to spread too thin. However, if you feel strongly about helping in France or Germany, then let’s finish Draft: Internationalization for fortran-lang by awvwgk · Pull Request #201 · fortran-lang/fortran-lang.org · GitHub. I can help with testing, I just don’t have time right now to implement it myself.
I follow now the same approach with LFortran, in the last couple months I have been laser focused on simply compiling enough of Fortran, you can follow our progress here, we are making very good progress:
Everything else that I really want will follow once we deliver on the core: interactive usage, automatic interfaces and translations to other languages, good formatting capabilities, language server for VSCode, custom very compilation backends (x86, arm, …), good debugging / strict / pedantic modes, etc. People will help with all these (or I can do it later), once we deliver on the core, which is just “boring” compilation of people’s projects.
In the same way, we will eventually deliver in all countries with fortran-lang. It just does not happen over night, and I personally believe we have to first deliver in English/U.S., and if we do, the rest will follow.