Who's calling Perl 6 "production ready"?
If you're going to tell anecdotes about how "real people are using it in production now!" (Re^4: Perl 6: Managing breakages across Rakudo versions), you really ought to disclaim that anecdotes aren't data, that a handful of people don't necessarily make a trend, and that the repetition of the word "production" between your anecdote and the phrase "production ready" is, at best, coincidental (or a deliberate—and as I see it, dishonest—attempt to reframe the debate).
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