Juerd Waalboer writes: > Smylers skribis 2007-06-21 23:23 (+0100): > > > Of course. But there's a big difference between the attitude of > > 'let's do the best we can right now' and 'this is our one chance to > > do this right'. > > I think that for some things, mainly for setting community standards > (Web, POD, ...), this is our one chance to get it right, for the next > two decades.
Fair enough. Obviously it would be great if that happened, and by the time the code part of Perl 6 is releasable we have all those other things. But if we get to the state where core Perl 6 is ready to unleash on the world as a stable release, but it's still the case that: * The OO documentation, while readable and complete, if given a little more structure would be better for computer parsing. * We haven't finalized the Web module. * There isn't a fully working Perl 6 implementation of 'Duke Nukem Forever' in the examples/ subdirectory. ... then I don't think it would be worth holding up Perl 6.0.0.'s release to wait for any of those things to happen. Smylers