I think I might divine what you mean by 'lazy lists' in this example, but maybe you'd give the "fifty words or less" overview of what they are, and maybe a little more to explain why you'd want to implement them at all?
I don't follow Perl 6 development too closely, but I feel like after the Apocalypse 5, things have been going damned goofy in the design of Perl 6. It seems to me that while Perl 5 is trying to be pragmatic and primordial, Perl 6 is bloating up on every "interesting" computer science concept that strikes some developer's fancy.
Perl 6 is shaping up to be the Prego of the computing world: you want it, it's in there. Will this help admins script their glue and read other people's scripts? Or will it impede adoption by being too esoteric and diverse?
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