I think you'll find revamping the documentation to be a multi-month
full-time job. That is why people like Randal wind up selling books,
documentation is HARD!
If you think you can do better that the current state of
things, MORE POWER TO YA! Me, I've found the docs to be
almost exactly what I want. I rarely consult the books
these days in favor of the perldoc pod system. (well, and
'less' for the more inscrutable modules. =)
Maybe you should consider championing a perl6-docu list
for proposed changes in how POD should be used/written in
Perl6. If you get something going come back here and shout
it from the bell towers! I'll stick my nose in on something
$you = new YOU;
honk() if $you->love(perl)
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