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Please show me the specific things I have said, with context, that are leading you to think I was dishonestly suggesting something...

From Re^2: Perl 6: Managing breakages across Rakudo versions:

There are already Rakudo users and some are using it in production settings.... ... to me it's obvious why some folk have begun to deploy Perl 6 in production settings....

From Re^4: Perl 6: Managing breakages across Rakudo versions (where the "untrue negative stuff" you mention seems to be "I think you are referring to IRC bots and Rosetta code wiki submitters, which in case their use cases hardly count for production settings. Rakudo doesn't have serious users.":

... a big part of the reason Perl 6 has so few users is that it has a bad reputation that is reinforced by folk such as yourself who are not actually closely following the project yet choose to write untrue negative stuff about the project as if it were fact.

From Re^8: Hockey Sticks, where I'm not sure what "several" means:

Several users have P6 solutions currently in use in production settings; how could they if it's not usable?

I don't claim that your misleading is deliberate, but I think you've overstated your position in these quotes.

In reply to Re^4: Four Legs Good, Five Legs Bad by chromatic
in thread Perl 6: Managing breakages across Rakudo Star versions by raiph

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