This is an answer chaining puzzle, where each answer must add on to the last.
The \$n\$th submission must output its own source code in the \$n\$th language and the \$n−1\$ languages before it.
A language can be either a dialect or a major version of a language, so Python version 2.121 is only counted as version 2 and Common Lisp and Clojure are considered different languages. This excludes compiler flags.
You can post 2 answers in a row, but have to use different languages.
The winner of this puzzle is the person to submit the second-to-last quine if there have been no new quines for a week. The aim of this puzzle is to go on as long as it can, so if you want the green tick, you'll have to respect that.