For those of you not on perl6-announce, I thought this would be interesting (vital ?) to know.
Larry Wall, who has been reviewing the Perl6 RFCs for 5 months, has posted the first chapter of his design drafts (called Apocalypses). It should soon be posted either on dev.perl.org or will be in the list's archives as soon as it gets updated (probably daily). As usual, the document itself is highly entertaining.
update (thanks to davorg and OeufMayo) there are links to the Apolypse: on perl.com and in the perl6-announce archives.
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