I know this is something I already should know already, meaning the answer has been given as "When It's Done", but I have to ask anyway. I think you know the question. Ballpark, about when is Perl6 going to be released? There are many cool toys here, and .. well .. I'm just wondering.
Seriously. Jokes about the Apocalypse Aside. Most software projects set schedules, and while this is open-source and free, schedules seem to be a very good thing to have. Else, you end up with feature-itis and a stable product is never established.
(Ok, you may now commence with the flyingmoose stoning...)
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