Assembly language: Batshit liberal.
Perl, Ruby, PHP, shell-script: Extremist liberal.
Python, Common Lisp, Smalltalk/Squeak: Liberal.
C, Objective-C, Scheme: Moderate-liberal.
C++, Java, C#, D, Go: Moderate-conservative.
Clojure, Erlang, Pascal: Conservative.
Scala, Ada, OCaml, Eiffel: Hardcore conservative.
Haskell, SML: Extremist conservative
Woud be nice to overlap James Iry's chart with it...
 from http://james-iry.blogspot.com/2010/05/types-la-chart.html
Twitter and Tumblr using Scala are "Hardcore conservative", while guys writing assembler for IBM mainframes are "Batshit liberal" ?
I would venture to say that anyone writing assembler would almost have to be completely conservative to make it work.
Something like Python could be written in conservative fashion (like the article alludes to with Google's style of python) or could be liberal in it's more idiomatic form.