Just over a year ago I have asked related question and it is very interesting to see how far the whole development process has moved during this year. Last year I (and probably a lot of other people) were still a bit confused how the whole Parrot thing was going to turn out. At least last year I thought that the line between what is Perl and what is not was being blurred. Today I think Perl6 has already taken shape and a new section becomes a possibility. Probably not right now, but in quite not so distant future. We still haven't seen a lot of Perl6 related questions in Seekers of Perl Wisdom, and a new section will probably be needed when we see a high enough demand for it.
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