- In the long run, we might need some extra sections, though I think PM has too many bits at the moment, rather than too few.
- In the short run I would greatly prefer masterly inactivity.
I don't know the optimum solution, but I'm not sure anyone else will for a few years.
It would be worth someone who knows a bit either creating, or scavenging some elementary stuff on Perl 6 and/or Parrot. There doesn't seem to be very much stuff on the site at the minute, judging by searches for Perl 6 which finds only three :-
It would be useful to have some introductory nodes here. I certainly took significant time to form even the haziest idea of what Perl 6 was, and why...
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