> From: Amir E. Aharoni > > There was so much talk about perl6 wiki, that i couldn't follow > it anymore. > > Is there a currently working wiki where actual perl6 documentation can > be read/written?
Not that I know of, at least not in the sense of being a widely-accepted and presently-active focal point of such activity. > Is it http://perl.net.au/wiki/ ? It doesn't seem to be very full > of info ... No one has come up with a better alternative, AFAIK. There seems to be substantial reluctance to use anything that isn't Perl-based and isn't a semi-ultimate venue. If someone put an existing Perl-based Wiki on (say) feather (a Perl 6 development machine), that might be sufficiently widely appealing to take off, usage-wise. Juerd has a perl6 URL that he offered for the Perl6 implementation of a Perl6 Wiki that he might be willing to make available for such an interim Wiki. Best regards, Conrad Schneiker http://perl.net.au/wiki/Perl_6_Users_FAQ (Moved from AthenaLab to Perl 6 Wiki.) www.AthenaLab.com (Nano-electron-beam and micro-neutron-beam technology.)