It might please you to know that currently a student is being paid by Google's "Summer of Code" project to improve documentation infrastructure and documentation
for Perl 6.
Parts of his project description:
Start writing a tutorial (see Details section above) covering basic language constructs. Write documentation about basic Perl 6 features (as specified by Synopses 2, 3, and 4), like Perl 5's perlsyn, perlop, perlfunc, and perldata. Draw on material from the relevant Apocalypses and Exegeses as well.
That should be enough to get you started, and you expect it to land mid or end of August.
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