I see. So NotQuitePerl is one week from passing one directory of its tests, right? And the NotQuitePerl, "an implementation of a subset of the Perl 6 language which was originally intended to help bootstrap the implementation of Perl 6", will take a few years to pass the tests on the virtual machine that's supposed to replace the failed attempt at creating the end of all virtual machines. How long till Perl6 passes its tests then? Those few years plus what? Another few years? What's the current estimate?
Update: and how does that mix with your statement that "I can see the P6 team aiming at having a solid 6.0.0 beta that adds p5interop, compact arrays, concurrency, async IO, unicode, macros, module versioning, better libs, better module installer, much better performance, complete documentation, and user support by YAPC::NA 2014." from Re^4: A $dayjob Perl 6 program that runs 40x faster on the JVM than on Parrot of Aug 05, 2013?
Wait! You said "aiming at", not "hitting". I can see myself aiming at dating Emma Watson by this year's Christmas.
Enoch was right!
Enjoy the last years of Rome.