And [Perl 6] is of course the future of perl...
It's been the future for eleven and a half years. The only concrete thing you can really say about it these days is that it'll continue to be the future for the foreseeable future.
I think too big ambition of parrot authors has delayed its coming.
More like several years of no runnable Perl 6 implementation to guide the evolution of Parrot followed by several years of perpetual rewrites of the existing Perl 6 implementations.
sooner they focus on...
Neither volunteer effort nor volunteer interest is fungible.
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