I think it's too early for "real world" stuff yet. Note that mod_perl6 is being worked on, it's the only application of which I know that lives outside the parrot repository.
As pmichaud pointed out on IRC, the segmentation fault is a problem with the garbage collector, calling parrot with -G (that is no garbage collection at all) makes the segmentation fault go away. (I'm reporting that as a bug right now)
As for feature requests (like %*ENV) I'd recommend to join #parrot on irc.perl.org and poke the people there, or send a mail with subject [TODO]: requesting feature %*ENV or something along these lines to firstname.lastname@example.org
There's a Yapc::NA hackathon shortly, maybe some brave soul feels like implementing it, at least a read-only version of %*ENV.
Update: Jonathan now implemented %*ENV in revision 29377, although it's still limited.
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