For those who're sick listening to this (like me), I've scanned the article and filtered it
for all the sentance fragments I've seen before. I'm left with:
- January 2008, "working, perhaps primitive tarball"
So basically still no deliverables.
I love the quote. The most extensible code is code that doesn't exist, just like the most
This whole thing is like waiting for awk version 2 or something. A few years ago my interest
was really finally peaked in learning perl when I saw Conway's perl 6 talk. I've since learned
to a sufficient level of competance: C# 1 & 2, C++, and D (hell, 2 new compilers have almost
been written in the time since that talk).
Forgive me if I fail to feel anything but cynicism for the Perl 6 effort.