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Could you say more about the facts of it being production-ready?

You acknowledged the ecosystem issue. But isn't that a major part of production-readiness? I just had a look around, but it seems not quite CPAN like e.g clicking on any of the modules there takes you to various github pages, so the documentation and other benefits of CPAN aren't there. Is there a plan for it to be more like CPAN?

In reply to Re^3: Reasons for Using "Perl6" (don't need to earn a living?) by Arunbear
in thread Reasons for Using Perl 6 by aartist

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