Instead of wasting hours to get a message across on a forum, can some of the Perl6 people talk to the geezers at perlcast or at hivelogic.
Instead of having these quick reports(which are ok also...) we could just have some perlcasts where some important dood/dudess from Perl6 gets to speak their mind and say what's been going on. There's also a site specifically built for programming tutorials.
And after all this stuff happens, bam! people can listen or watch Perl6 all of a sudden and it becomes more real because you don't want the language to be exclusivistic, you want people to use it.
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