There is that new Synopsis
and I am sure every monk has allready read all the other Apocalipses
, Exegeses and Synopses
and has lots of interesting thoughts about them. The discussions in the developers lists are a bit 'core' and hard to follow and for some time there was not general Perl 6 discussion here. Perhaps it is time for a new one. So what is the feature that makes you so excited waiting for P6?
Some links to previous discussions I've collected for you:
Thoughts on Perl6 - Love it? Hate it?, Poor Man's Perl6 Exegesis (you get what you pay for), Perl 6 and Scoping, perl 6, Wanted: Perl 6 Programmers, Perl6 Quick Reference, Perl6 Grammars, NO PERL 6, Perl 6 Involvement
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