From what I've seen and heard, you're no more in favor of Perl6 than you were in favor of Perl 5.10. Or, rather, you're no less
in favor of 6 of 5.10. Stuff you want is coming in and stuff you don't want is going out. There's some stuff you can't wait to get your hands on and you already see stuff you're going to sigh about. Overall, you feel pretty comfortable about the whole thing and will gladly kick the tires when it's ready, but aren't going to promise anything with regards to using it right away.
Sounds about right?
My criteria for good software:
- Does it work?
- Can someone else come in, make a change, and be reasonably certain no bugs were introduced?