Being Perl 6, I can't help but be attracted to 6/6. I'm tempted to say 2006-6-6, but I think a lot of people will be happy with a 1.x version while work is ongoing... even if it's v0.9, a lot of us will be using it! So what constitutes a "release"? Parrot will continue to become more and more useful long before the design of the language is finished!
So I'll say 2004-6-6, since the digits add up to 6 (2+0+0+4).
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