What are those architectural voids? Have any of them been resolved in the time since this thread was posted?
Well, I've never followed parrot development, but in the meanwhile Dan left; well actually that was well before the post you're responding to was written: you can read his rant^Wconsiderations here, it's a nice and very interesting reading anyway. However I don't even know what those architectural voids are, nor does he who hinted at them, but to answer your question, a wild guess based upon reasonable assumptions may yield 'no' as an answer. But what is important is the beast is still actively worked on and regular snapshots of it are released. So it's a lively project. Have faith!
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