In order to trim the large number of RFCs that have not been updated in many weeks, yet are still "in development", I've prepared a report of which RFCs are most overdue. http://dev.perl.org/rfc/overdue.html Here is the current status, broken down by group: Report generated: Tue Sep 19 07:06:51 2000 GMT * perl6-language: 60 RFCs overdue * perl6-internals: 18 RFCs overdue * perl6-language-data: 12 RFCs overdue * perl6-language-subs: 9 RFCs overdue * perl6-language-flow: 8 RFCs overdue * perl6-language-regex: 8 RFCs overdue * perl6-language-objects: 7 RFCs overdue * perl6-language-io: 6 RFCs overdue * perl-qa: 3 RFCs overdue * bootstrap: 1 RFCs overdue * perl6-language-errors: 1 RFCs overdue * perl6-language-strict: 1 RFCs overdue For the purposes of this report, "overdue" is any RFC that has not been modified in the last seven days. Any RFC that has not been modified in the last fourteen days is highlighted in red. The most overdue RFCs are shown first. Each working group has its own page, listing details for each "overdue" RFC. If you want to take your name off these lists, you know what to do. Z.