As I mentioned in my previous post, TI-Nspire 3.2 has Lua scripting support. While I’m no programming guru (pretty much limited to GW-Basic and Fortran), I know there are a lot of people who will be excited about the opportunity to program with Lua for the Nspire.
There are also a lot of people like myself who will be interested in using what others develop. Video demo follows. The first 10 seconds or so are pretty shaky (sorry), but if you hang in there, it gets better fast.