Stay classy, #perl6. The strategy of telling potential users that they're wrong for what they're asking for will surely someday work.
I am not #perl6. I've posted on there a handful of times.
I have NOT said you are wrong to effectively ask Perl 6 friends to avoid posting about Perl 6 at Perl Monks until it's achieved a level of usability and usefulness that you pronounce acceptable. I have tried to encourage you to see its folly, and to consider your career 5 years from now.
I deleted the "Ever hear of projection?" phrase a few seconds after I posted it (sorry you caught it) but I stand by it; do you not see how saying "press release which trumpets loudly that eschaton is immanent" is both claiming exaggeration on my part and an exaggeration of what this Meditation really is?
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