Hampton Lintorn Catlin
Hampton Catlin is the co-founder and CEO of Wordset, an online collaborative dictionary, and rarebit. He is also the inventor of Sass, Haml, and m.wikipedia.org . He's the founder of the libsass project and the author of "The Pragmatic Guide to Sass." He was formerly mobile lead at the Wikimedia Foundation and CTO of Moovweb, helping large companies build better interfaces.
Also, my husband, Michael Lintorn Catlin, has a blog you should checkout if you want to follow what we're up to, non-professionally.
So, as my astute readers know. Nathan and I created a language called Sass that is a hightower language for CSS. (A “hightower language” is a high-level language that can be compiled into a more basic language.)
Someone (who seemingly doesn’t know of Sass) created a Python-based CSS language called CleverCSS. Its very, very similar to Sass, but has some cool features in it like functions. I’m not really sure I want Sass to have functions, but I’m really glad to see other people are having similar thoughts to mine.
In fact, CleverCSS is 99% compatible with Sass. Just a few small difference. And, luckily I can claim to be ahead of them by about 6 months of release-time.
Anyhow, if you’re a Pythonist, then go check it out! Imitation is the highest form of flattery.