I will welcome the version after 7.0.0, for .0.0 version would be very much the same as 5.32. Not much to gain there.
I especially like the plan that experimental features would be temporary, turning into the core of the language or be removed. I just hope Perl 7 does not create its own backward compatibility baggage anew to tow (until Perl 8?).
Another thing I like about proposed Perl 7 is that it would also remove the need to specify a perl version in order to use non-experimental, permanent features that that particular version brings. hippo corrected me later
For example, need to add use v5.10; to use //= with perl 5.10.