Do I think that PerlMonks needs a Perl6 SOPW section? No. And why don't I? We still receive Perl4 questions. Have they caused problems differentiating them from the Perl5 questions? Not at all. I do not see how adding Perl6 questions to the mix will be any different.
<frantic>Oh no! Now we have to deal Yet Another Perl Flavor! What ever will we do?</frantic>
We will do what we do best! We will continue to provide a place for newbies and wizards alike to seek and/or provide help with Perl, no matter the version.
In reply to Re: SOP6W
by Mr. Muskrat
in thread SOP6W
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