I realise its still very, very early days, but considering the growing
number of people who would enjoy just dabbling a little in perl6, it
seems unreasonable to expect that the "average person" would install
the many megabytes of beta (alpha?) software required, and keep it all
updated with the latest releases. However, if someone had already done
that, why not let folks log in remotely via shell accounts and try out
the latest version on that computer?

Okay, okay, I know there are a million security issues with that, but
maybe if the server were highly locked down and isolated, maybe wiped
clean regularly, and restricted in the necessary ways... Is this even
possible? I'm not a sys. admin, but I thought I'd throw that out
there. Any one think that would be useful and possible, and want to
suggest a way to proceed with that?


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