I have a need for a complete, stand-alone, Julia installable. Something that can function on a machine without an internet connection, for instance. This would be, roughly, the Julia analog of Haskell's Haskell Platform, or Python's Anaconda.
I would envision that it would consist of Juno (Julia+LightTable) along with a healthy selection of pre-installed Julia packages, and maybe a couple of extra LightTable plugins, as well --- I know I'd want at least the emacs plugin, for instance.
I was about ready to strike out on my own to create this new third thing when it occurred to me that it was close enough to the current Juno releases that it might be appropriate to release it under the Juno umbrella.
Does this sound like something that can be done under the Juno brand, or should it be its own thing? It should go without saying that I'm willing to provide the labor required to see this happen, should you agree that Juno could be made to support such a use case.