> From: Darren Duncan [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: Sunday, May 28, 2006 2:38 PM
> For one thing, I'm assuming that a prize-qualifying solution won't be
> able to link-in legacy Perl 5 modules using Pugs' "use perl5:Foo"
> syntax; to do so would look bad if we are wanting to show off a Wiki
> solution using the NEW technology.
That will be up to @Larry to decide. "Non-trivial" Perl 6 content seems
obviously desirable, but it's not obvious to me what the reasonable criteria
for that might be. (That's another reason for deferring specifications to
wiser and better-informed people.)
Using legacy Perl 5 modules is an important Perl 6 capability for a great
many people, and it may actually be a very good thing to show off.
www.AthenaLab.com (Nano-electron-beam and micro-neutron-beam technology.)