The Perl 6 User FAQ has been updated.
The latest versions of this FAQ can now be found here:
(The URLs and TOC are now clickable, docs and other things reorganized a
bit. Thanks to those who sent in suggestions and corrections.)
One of the interesting new links is "Refuting Perl6 Myths":
A sample of the various noteworthy items:
"We have 35_000+ lines of Perl 6 tests, 7_000+ lines of
examples, all written in Perl 6."
"Perl 5 is not going away. In fact, Perl 5.9 [will have]
many Perl 6 features you can start using -- see features.pm