Answer in YYYY-DD-MM format, to avoid confusion (2020-06-12 is June 12, 2020)
This already has caused a lot of confusion. :-) I'm assuming YYYY-MM-DD. My bets are heavily influenced by my birth day (1974-04-27).
I'm betting on 2004-04-27 (that's april 27th) for the first Perl 6 release, as I don't see Larry finishing the rest of his apocalipses before at least a year from now, and I don't want to wait any longer :-)
Also, I'm betting 2003-04-27 for the first full Parrot release (that is, the first full release of the VM + assembler), if such a thing will happen at all (?)
Joost downtime n. The period during which a system
is error-free and immune from user input.
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