Say, are you willing to become a committer in Pugs and commit those wonderful example scripts under examples/golf/*?
Yes. I'd like to add some tests and stuff too.
It's only fair to warn, however, that I don't have huge amounts of
spare time and there is a steep learning curve for me,
but I hope to get there eventually and contribute
something useful for a change.
Personally, I find it interesting to give Perl 6 a workout
in writing very concise code. That said, I trust that
playing golf (or writing poetry) is not part
of the Perl 6 design team's design goals. ;-)
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