|P is for Practical|
>>There is still much work to do...but I'm still hopeful.
This almost smells like RMS defending the GNU Hurd project. Which when applied to the Perl 6 project is really scary.
>>Telling volunteers what to do is never going to work. That said, you can be assured that I spend about 98% of my Perl 6 time actually improving stuff
One can argue what that stuff is, For example was MoarVM even necessary? All that effort could have rather been spent on making Rakudo feature complete. Rakudo has seen so many rewrites, so many sub projects given the history one can almost say there won't any thing worthwhile may be even 5-6 years from now.
My worst fear is, Rakudo branching out to more backends in the near future. Stalling all feature completion efforts and instead having several other bug ridden ports for other backends
>>2% responding to troll.
Of course these days, any criticism of the Perl 6 project is considered trolling.
and lastly ...
You mentioned in your previous comment
And all efforts depend on admitting that there's something wrong in the first place.
I think you should read what you wrote a couple of times, seriously and ponder how much that applies to Perl 6