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apr 19 01:22:02 <polettix> <disclaimer>I'm not asking for dates!</disclaimer> what perce +ntage of Perl 6 specs definition do you think we (well... you) are at? apr 19 01:22:56 <TimToady> we're well past the first 80% and well into the second 80%. +:) apr 19 01:23:52 <polettix> nice answer, and I suspect it also represents the reality qui +te well :) apr 19 01:23:56 <TimToady> in other words, most of the important stuff is done, and much + of what remains is a protracted negotiation between the current desig +n and the implementors apr 19 01:24:26 <TimToady> with assorted input from educators and users apr 19 01:25:29 <TimToady> plus a gentle undercurrent of "keep everything else the same +as Perl 5"
I hope I'm not being rude "publishing" these log lines without explicit permission (but I already did in the past:)

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In reply to Re: How much Perl6 have we got? (take 2) by polettix
in thread How much Perl6 have we got? (take 2) by bronto

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