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Larry himself recently said "I think {a new camel} is one of the things we need to do to productize Perl 6 over the next year or two".

The date you suggest sort of lines up with Larry's estimate for time to "productize" it, whatever that means.

I'm curious about your definition of Perl 6, and how you arrived at the date you suggest.


In reply to Re^3: "The Dao of Perl 6" by raiph
in thread "The Dao of Perl 6" by xyzzy

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